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WOLLASTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

VOLUME XXIX 



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Editor-in-Chief - - JOHN F. BRICKER 

Business Manager - - CLAIR E. UMSTEAD 



DfDiCOTIOD 




To one whose courage is a 
challenge; whose gentleness, a 
comfort; whose God-dependence, 
an inspiration. To one of that aris- 
tocracy of goodness who thinks 
on the virtue and praise of 
others. 

To a quiet builder of the King- 
dom whose life has consistently 
reflected her Master as the Way, 
the Truth, and the Life — we af- 
fectionately dedicate the 1951 
NAUTILUS. 




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THE MOTTO on the official seal of Eastern Nazarene 
College — "Via, Veritas, Vita," — has real significance. These are 
the words of Jesus. It was He who said, "I am the way, and the 
truth, and the life." The motto has further meaning since it epito- 
mizes the faith of the founding fathers of E.N.C. The college has 
sought to be true to her heritage and to make this motto effective 
in the lives of her students. 

Each student is urged to find the "Way"; to accept 
Christ; to develop a Christian philosophy of life. Christian faith 
and thought are given a place of prime importance and are the 
unifying influence of the entire curriculum. 

A reverent appreciation of "Truth" is essential. The 
quest for truth must ever be made fearlessly and with humility. 

The ultimate aim is the "Life," the attainment of 
Christian character. This is most effectively accomplished through 
constant, intimate association with the members of our faculty. 

It is our fervent hope that the motto of E.N.C. will be 
written in the hearts and lives of our students forever. 

Cda/ald S. Mann, 

President 



PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



AKRON DISTRICT 

O. L. BENEDUM 

Box 54, 1863 Lisbon St., East Liverpool, O. 
L. W. DURKEE 

1558 Delia Avenue, Akron, Ohio 
W. F. HAAAMAR 

81 Wilda Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio 

D. D. PALMER 

91 Buckeye Street, Warren, Ohio 

ALBANY DISTRICT 

R. D. SMITH 

229 West Pleasant Ave., Syracuse 5, N. Y. 
M. E. WILSON 

26 Rochelle Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

MARITIME DISTRICT 

J. H. MacGREGOR 

55V2 Havelock Street, Amherst, N. S. 

NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

J. C. ALBRIGHT 

19 Keniston Road, Melrose, Mass. 

E. S. HARRIS 

169 Harriett Street, South Portland, Maine 
L. M. SPANGENBERG 

178 Quinobequin Road, Waban, Mass. 
J. W. TURPEL 

62 State Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

NEW YORK DISTRICT 

O. J. FINCH 

27 Wilson Street, Beacon, New York 
H. R. OLSON 

Box 227, Butler, New Jersey 



ONTARIO DISTRICT 

T. E. MARTIN 

1592 Bloor St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
R. F. WOODS 

83 Ottawa St., N. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 

PITTSBURGH DISTRICT 

R. F. HEINLEIN 

R.F.D. 7, Box 367, Butler, Pennsylvania 
M. R. EMERY 

25 Franklin Street, Warren, Pennsylvania 
R. M. INGLAND 

322 Meadow Ave., Charleroi, Pennsylvania 
F. A. WYCOFF 

514 West Penn St., Butler, Pennsylvania 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT 

E. E. GROSSE 

528 Barr Avenue, Hanover, Pennsylvania 

F. D. KETNER 

212 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Penn. 
J. Z. ANDREE 

905 Pennsylvania Ave., Warren, Penn. 
E. C. WOLF 

1412 Markley St., Norristown, Penn. 

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES 

W. G. ANGELL 

16 East Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
H. B. WARD 

239 Harriett Street, South Portland, Maine 

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 

EDWARD S. MANN 

41 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 



SEATED: H. Olson, M. Wilson, L. Durkee, O. Finch, E. Mann, M. Emery, O. Benedum, E. 
Grosse, J. C. Albright, F. Wycoff, R. Ingland, F. Ketner, E. Wolf. STANDING: D. Palmer, 
R. Smith, J. Turpel, W. Hammar, T. Martin, W. Angell, H. Ward, R. Woods, R. Heinlein, E. 
Harris, J. MacGregor. 





IN MEMORIAM 



Orval John Nease, D.D. 
1891 - 1950 
General Superintendent of the Church of the Nazarene, 
one-time president of a sister college, loved brother of 
our former president, Floyd W. Nease; true Christian 
and impassioned preacher of the Word of God; tender 
and dauntless in spirit, broad in sympathies and Christ- 
like in attitudes, counting himself expendable for the 
cause of holiness — his influence lives on to challenge 
us all. 




REWORD 



A diploma, a degree— and, ever increasing 
in value, a host of college-life memories you will 
take with you from E.N.C. 

There have been moments of spiritual 
inspiration when a consecrated altar has opened 
the "Way"; moments of intellectual challenge as 
your teachers have led you in the quest for 
"Truth"; moments of recreation that have helped 
you to maintain the well-balanced "Life." 

We have endeavored to capture for you 
some of the familiar moments that exemplify the 
ideals of Alma Mater— ideals embodied in the 
motto found on her official seal. 

Recorded in these pages is a college. But 
as you who know her examine your NAUTILUS 
for '51, we hope that you will realize more than 
the apparent. For here unwritten, unphoto- 
graphed is the true spirit of E.N.C— Via, Veritas, 
Vita! 




Via 



...the way 



Veritas 



...the truth 



Vita 



...the life 



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DR. GOULD'S 



MESSAGE 



OU are to be congratulated on your 
wisdom in selecting for your college course 
an institution like Eastern Nazarene College, 
a college avowedly committed to faith in the 
Christian Gospel and the Christian way of 
life. In a very real sense the motto of our 
College expresses the meaning of this com- 
mitment. It is based upon the words of our 
Lord in John 14:6: "I am the way, and the 
truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the 
Father, but by me." Our motto thus becomes 
a frank acceptance of Jesus Christ as Re- 
deemer, Saviour, and Eternal Lord. 

In seeking to make this commitment 
a real and personal one in the heart and life 
of each student, the College Church has 
come to occupy a strategic position. Not 
only do we meet in chapel services in the 
church auditorium; but it is under the week- 
by-week ministry of the Church that great 
issues are faced, great decisions made, and 
great experiences entered into. It is our 
earnest prayer that the meaningful words 
of the College Seal — "Via, Veritas, Vita" — 
will be stamped forever upon our hearts as 
we leave these halls. 




Fidelis Class 



Mr. S. W. Nease, Sun- 
day School Superintend- 
ent; Dean Bertha, Teach- 
er of Fidelis Class. 




Church Quartet 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert 
Clark, Greg Larkin, Don- 
ald Stahl, Gordon Wet- 




N.Y.P.S. Council 



SEATED: L. Andrews, V.- 



Pres., B. 
Lawhead. 
ROW: R. 
J. Bruce, 
Chorister. 



Chalfant, A. 

SECOND 

Henck, Pres., 

R. Metcalfe, 




REV. KENNETH COLEMAN 




REV. SIDNEY W. POWjLL, D.D. 



CHAPEL 



"Thirty thoughtful minutes" 
ware thcso spent in chapel each 
day, rs students paused during 
the morning's busy schedule to 
listen to missionaries, educators, 
visiting evangelists and pastors, 
Christian laymen, and faculty 
membsrs. 

Universal truths and maxims 
for life were brought to us with 
freshness of thought and piercing 
insight by speakers who have 
walked the way that lies yet be- 
fore us. 

Truly, "the organ prelude be- 
came a veil dropped between 
everyday life and the sanctuary," 
and though we entered chapel 
with our burdens and problems, 
we returned to our duties with 
the promise ringing in our hearts, 
"My grace is sufficient for thee." 






REV. SAMUEL YOUNG, D.D. 



REV. D. I. VANDERPOOL, D.D. 



"My desire, to be like Jesus" 
was the challenge which inspired 
many of us to seek God's bless- 
ing in the revivals and conven- 
tions held throughout the year. 

E.N.C.-ers and friends from the 
community filled the new church 
night after night to listen to the 
vital sermons of outstanding 
Christian leaders. 

The special spiritual emphasis 
began in the opening convention 
with the timely messages of Rev. 
C. L. Rodda. Other revivalists 
were General Superintendent D. 
I. Vanderpool, whose illustrations 
and messages will never be for- 
gotten; Rev. Guy Nees, who chal- 
lenged students at the opening 
convention of the second semes- 
ter; and General Superintendent 
Samuel Young, who with keen 
insight delivered the Gould Me- 
morial Lectures and conducted 
the spring revival. 



REVIVALISTS 




REV. L. GUY NEES 




KENNETH AKINS, Tenor 
GRACE ODDO, Soprano 
ESTHER WILLIAMSON, 

Contralto 
DONALD DAVIS, Bass 



MESSIAH 



A true source of religious inspiration 
and hope, Handel's immortal "Messiah" was 
presented by the combined A Cappella, 
Meistersinger, and Wollaston Church choirs 
of more than one hundred and fifteen 
voices. 

This year for the first time the ora- 
torio was rendered in the new college 
church which was filled to capacity for both 
performances. 

Assisting in the presentation were 
Mrs. Olive Marple, pianist; Mr. Greg Larkin, 
organist; and the college orchestra. 



Mrs. Esther D. Williamson has an- 
nually directed the presentation of this ora- 
torio since it was first given in 1934. 

Some of the selections loved and 
remembered by hundreds include "And the 
Glory of the Lord", "Every Valley Shall be 
Exalted", "For Unto Us a Child is Born", and 
the "Hallelujah Chorus." 

The "Messiah" is more than just a 
presentation made by the choirs. It is a 
testimony sung from hearts that have ex- 
perienced that "His Yoke is Easy, and His 
Burthen is Light." 



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ESTHER WILLIAMSON 

Director 

GREG LARKIN 

Organist 

OLIVE MARPLE 

Pianist 




Evangelistic Association 



"Lead me to some soul today" was the emphasis of the Evangelistic 
Association during the past year. Under the leadership of Harry Rich, a 
mission program of wide scope was carried out in the rescue missions of 
Boston. Hardly a night passed without a representative mission group 
proclaiming the gospel to the lost. 

Along with the mission work, the Quincy Bible Class continued 
with noteworthy success. 



FRONT ROW: H. Rich, 
Pres., M. Wallace, Sec, 
Mr. Pearsall. SECOND 
ROW: G. Hall, D. White, 
Treas., R. Metcalfe, N. 
MacPherson, C. Guscott. 
A. Lawhead. 



FRONT ROW: A. Law- 
head, R. Grosse, L. Pros- 
peri, C. Umstead, Prof. 
Smith, W. Stinson, Pres., 
J. Theodore, Sec. -Treas., 

C. Cunningham, Z. Do- 
hanian, H. Rickey, W. 
Varian, B. Najarian, H. 
Harris. SECOND ROW: 
P. Elliott, W. Parks, J. 
Bruce, O. Woodward, H. 
Rich, D. Hennen, D. 
White, R. Lutz, D. Hardy, 

D. Cubie, F. Kish, R. 
Sampson, J. Holstead. 
THIRD ROW: R. Phelps, 
W. Graeflin, R. Hood, 
W. Holloway, R. Smith, 
L. Jewett, M. Clark, E. 
Fliger, D. Stahl, D. Alex- 
ander, W. Winget, R. 
Clark, D. Wise, P. Neal, 
I. Koelker. 



Student Ministerial Association 

Called by Christ, the student ministers banded together under the 
leadership of Wesley Stinson. Through lectures and discussions, the group 
endeavored to gain information and inspiration that would be of value to 
them in gospel work. 

Outstanding among the meetings was that with General Superin- 
tendent D. I. Vanderpool, whose practical suggestions will long be re- 
membered by the ministerial aspirants. 






FRONT ROW: E. Hicks, 
E. Hall, R. Ballard, Pres., 

D. Alexander, Treas., R. 
Hood, A. Esselstyn, V.- 
Pres., C. Dobson, Sec, 
S. Blachly, E. Esselstyn. 
SECOND ROW: H. Sasao, 
C. Sawyer, L. Shellito, 
J. Copp, E. Ramsey, J. 
Knepper, M. Bruey, M. 
Haselkamp, K. Richard- 
son, F. Dodson, AA. My- 
ers. THIRD ROW: R. 
Merki, H. Pinkston, R. 
Lutz, H. Knepper, M. 
Shurtliff, K. Clingerman, 

E. Morgan, J. Holstead, 
B. Najarian. 



Prospective Missionary Society 

"One thousand dollars for missions." 

By selling Christmas cards and sponsoring various other projects, 
the members of the Prospective Missionary Society worked steadily toward 
their goal for the year. 

Those students who are now preparing for future service on the 
mission field met once each week, under the leadership of Rosemarie 
Ballard, to share news from the fields, to pray for the needs of others, and 
to receive helpful instruction from special speakers. 



College Missionary Society 

The College Missionary Society presented foreign missions in a 
vital way under the leadership of David Cubie, president. Weekly prayer 
meetings featured special speakers who were either directly connected 
with missionaries or who were keenly interested in the work. 

Incorporated into talks were actual letters from missionaries on the 
field. This close contact with foreign workers promoted a real interest in 
missions. 



SEATED: E. Esselstyn, 
Sec. -Treas., A. Esselstyn. 
STANDING: G. Hall, M. 
Pauli, V.-Pres., D. Cubie, 
Pres. 



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CRUSADER QUARTET 

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L Henry 
• Z. Dohanian 
C. Guscott 




HERALDER QUARTET 

R. Montgomery 

C. Brodhead 

E, Pearsall 

Q. Caswell 



LADIES' TRIO 
L. Anderson 

B. Feil 
L. Andrews 



KING'S MEN 
Seated: W. Graeflin 
Standing— R. Wanner, C. 
Guscott, C. Umstead. 




LADIES' TRIO 
J. Wetzel 

C. Lillibridge 
T. Roberts 





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ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY 



EDWARD S. MANN 

A.M., LL.D. 

President 

Commanding appearance 
. . . vital chapel talks . . . 
poetic expression ... "a 
manly man" . . . worthy of 
his task . . . unexpected wit 
. . . definite aims . . . "Little 
Men" . . . good-natured. 



KENNETH H. PEARS ALL 

A.B. 
Executive Field Secretary 

Versatility . . . "ful pies- 
aunt" . . . Judy and Jackie 
. . . my relatives . . . gen- 
erous . . . E.N.C. spirit . . . 
sense of humor . . . quartet 
travelling . . . cheerful dis- 
position . . . gets things 
done. 



MADELINE N. NEASE 

A.B. 

Registrar 

"Wonder diligent" . . . stu- 
dents' preview of E.N.C. 
. . . long hours . . . proud 
grandmother . . . self-sacri- 
ficing . . . conscientious . . . 
heart of gold . . . under- 
standing confidante . . . 
lists — and lists. 



BERTHA MUNRO 

A.M. 

Dean of the College; 

Literature 

"Noble ensample" . . . lady 
par excellence . . . appreci- 
ative . . . understanding 
and considerate . . . "called 
unto Holiness" . . . whole- 
hearted . . . deeply spiritual 
. . . industrious . . . yen for 
the precise. 



CLAUDE G. SCHLOSSER 

A.B. 

Business Manager 

Hearty chuckle . . . ener- 
getic . . . "amyable" . . . 
efficient . . . jolly . . . "Sure, 
we can do it!" . . . cordial 
friendliness . . . positive 
approach . . . enthusiasm 
plus . . . family man . . . 
gestures. 



EDITH F. COVE 

Mus.M. 

Music 

Reminiscent lectures . . . 
decisive "there" . . . prac- 
tical interest in student wel- 
fare . . . indefatigable 
. . . unparalleled enthusi- 
asm . . . "and wel koud she 
laughe" . . . inspiring tes- 
timony. 




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KENT GOODNOW 

A.M. 

Classical Languages, 

German, Spanish 

Periodic outbursts of laugh- 
ter .. . brown suits . . . 
accuracy . . . "in his tech- 
ynge discreet" . . . "ja- 
wohl!" . . . deep-seated 
Christianity . . . quaint man- 
nerisms . . . brilliant lin- 
guist. 



VERNON T. GROVES 

Ph.D. 

Psychology 

Sympathetic friend to all 
. . . eager to do even the 
smallest job . . . unassum- 
ing manner . . . "I'll have 
to look that up" . . . droll 
humor . . . "he was a lerned 
man" . . . sincere person- 
ality. 



JASPER R. NAYLOR 

B.S., A.M. 

Dean of Student Life; 

Mathematics 

Frankness . . . "ful pacient" 
. . . ready smile . . . deeply 
sincere . . . basso profundo 
. . . analytically minded 
. . . humility and charity 
first . . . democratic . . . 
genuine interest in others. 



J. GLENN GOULD 

A.M., D.D. 

Theology, College Pastor 

Gracious dignity . . . schol- 
arly . . . gentle humor . . . 
"riche he was of hooly 
thoght and werk" . . . 
thorough and systematic 
. . . time for everyone . . . 
"Holiness unto the Lord" 
. . . genteel reserve. 



MARY K. HARRIS 

A.M. 

French, Spanish 

Petite mademoiselle . . . 
challenging classroom quo- 
tations . . . soft-spoken . . . 
"parfit charitee" . . . grow- 
ing plants a hobby . . . 
"Standing on the Promises" 
. . . sound philosophy of 
life . . . courteous. 



FRED J. SHIELDS 

A.M., Ed.M., D.D. 

Psychology, Sociology 

"Don't believe anything I 
say!" . . . twinkling eyes 
. . . translations of the Bible 
. . . "sownynge in moral 
vertu was his speche" . . . 
well-known jokes . . . inval- 
uable advice . . . loving 
approach. 



JAMES H. SHRADER 

Ph.D. 

Chemistry 

"Young folks" . . . affec- 
tionate grandfather . . . 
practical prayers . . . "Chris- 
tian Scholar" epitomized 
. . . dignified ... "a verray, 
parfit gentil knyght" . . . 
milk authority . . . perfect 
gentleman. 



WILLIAM J. V. BABCOCK 

A.M. 

Biology 

"The basic, fundamental, 
underlying principle" . . . 
civic affairs . . . Blue Hills 
expeditions . . . definite 
opinions . . . "he was a 
philosophre" . . . thorough 
. . . God in everything . . . 
hard worker. 



LOUISE A. DYGOSKI 

A.M. 

Speech 

Precise . . . deep interest in 
students . . . fastidious taste 
. . . culinary artistry . . . 
poised . . . "she spak ful 
faire" . . . aspiring pianist 
. . . "That's right!" . . . gra- 
cious lady. 



ALICE SPANGENBERG 

A.M. 

English 

Correlates literature with 
life . . . aware . . . "If you 
answer you will get A" 
. . . faith unshakable . . . 
"Prof. Span" . . . discrimi- 
nating . . . missionary zeal 
. . . eye for color . . . "noon 
ydel ese." 



HARVEY J. S. BLANEY 

A.B., B.D. 

Biblical Literature 

Distinct way of speaking 
. . . unusual insight . . . 
"little Paul" . . . down in 



Maine . . 
cussions . 
dotes . . . 
obedient" 
heart. 



theological dis- 

. quartet anec- 

"wys was and 

. . preacher at 



OLIVE B. MARPLE 

A.B. 

Music 

Loves people . . . practical 
advice . . . "ful glad herte" 
. . . trips to the Conserva- 
tory . . . devoted wife and 
mother . . . never too busy 
. . . aesthetic appreciation 
. . . warm smile . . . genu- 
ine. 





ROLLAND W. PARSONS 

M.S. 

Education 



Impartial . . 
anecdotes . . 
servyse" . . . 
. . . "Podunk" . 
. . . bookstore 
. . . Wisconsin . 
enthusiast . . 
camping trips. 



. classroom 

. "bisy in 

reminiscent 

. . . faithful 

executive 

. . sports 

. fishing, 



HELEN F. ROTHWELL 

A.M. 

Spanish 

"Kepte wel her folde" . . . 
congenial . . . charming 
hostess . . . poised . . . one 
ambition— to visit a Spanish- 
speaking country . . . ideal 
housewife . . . thoughtful 
eyes . . . "my little boy." 



TIMOTHY L. SMITH 

A.M. 

History 

Inspiring before-class pray- 
ers . . . zealous preacher 
. . . "ful of honour and of 
curteisye" . . . "my wife" 
. . . duffle-bag over one 
shoulder . . . well-prepared 
lectures . . . radiant living. 



ANDREW F. RANKIN 

A.M. 

Economics 

Ready counselor . . . effi- 
cient . . . "It's a problem" 
. . . records . . . books . . . 
"... A workman that 
needeth not to be ashamed 
..."... factual lectures . . . 
well ■ read . . . "Gladly 
wolde he lerne." 



MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL 

A.M. 

Philosophy 

High spiritual standards . . . 
"unto logyk" . . . thought- 
provoking sermons . . . dis- 
criminating insight . . . 
philosophical preacher . . . 
deep thinker . . . keen wit 
. . . understands students' 
problems. 



EVANGELOS SOTERIADES 

A.M., B.S. 

Librarian 

Conscientious to the minu- 
test detail . . . "Check with 
the card catalog" . . . fre- 
quent trips to the Quincy 
library . . . "others" . . . 
ready for suggestions . . . 
gardening an avocation . . . 
"servysable." 



ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON 
Dean of Women; Voice 

"My girls" . . . millinery 
creations . . . singing that 
inspires . . . "lady deere" 
fun-loving . . . "He hideth 
my soul" . . . unruffled com- 
posure . . . courageous . . . 
deluxe salads. 



WALLACE DIXON 

A.M. 

Biology 

Unexcelled lectures . . . 
practical Christian . . . pho- 
tography his hobby . . . 
regulates his time corm- 
mendably . . . notes on 
cards . . . "nought o word 
spak he moore than was 
neede" . . . research work. 



CHARLES W. AKERS 

A.M. 

History 

Scholar . . . thorough-going 
. . . "my day with Eleanor" 
. . . stimulating class-room 
discussions . . . persistent 
. . . "Ever heard of Jonathan 
Mayhew?" . . . "and gladly 
teche" . . . dry humor. 



GEORGE J. DELP 

A.B., S.T.M. 

Greek, Church History 

Master of many fields . . . 
"Our Boarding House" . . . 
mellow tenor voice . . . "I'll 
have to call you late" . . . 
schedule-maker . . . always 
a briefcase . . . "of studie 
took he moost cure." 



WILBUR H. MULLEN 

Th.B., A.M. 

Theology 

Spiritual stability . . . well- 
planned courses . . . firm 
beliefs . . . practical . . . 
"first he wroghte and after- 
ward he taughte" . . . social 
poise . . . informal discus- 
sions . . . reverence counts. 



EDITH P. GOODNOW 

A.M. 

English 

"She was a worthy worn- 
man" . . . self-forgetful . . . 
"That's it exactly" . . . Mil- 
ton and Browning . . . co- 
operative . . . busy mother 
. . . rapid speech . . . sweet 
smile . . . missionary-mind- 
ed .. . deep. 





WARD M. HUNTING 

M.S. 

Chemistry 

Patient . . . thoroughly sci- 
entific . . . helpful . . . from 
Houghton . . . "grounded in 
astronomye" . . . deliberate 
. . . ingenious . . . humble 
dependence upon God . . . 
lab coats . . . church choir. 



MARY S. LECHNER 

A.M. 

English 

"Tendre herte" . . . literary 
affections . . . bicycle com- 
muter . . . church choir so- 
prano . . . intense student 
interest . . . pianist . . . Phi 
Delta Lambda prexy . ." . 
proficient cook . . . "books 
are friends." 



ELIZABETH McFARLAND 

B.S. in Pub. Sch. Mus. 

Music 

Artistic . . . interested in 
Abbott's . . . "ful blithe and 
glad" . . . feminine ... a 
friend outside class . . . the 
"Green Room" . . . "Bettie" 
. . . effervescent laughter 
. . . genuine. 



HADRIAN B. LECHNER 

A.M. 

Physics 

Expressive . . . carpenter, 
machinist, radar man . . . 
extremely helpful . . . ap- 
preciates the beautiful . . . 
"of greet reverence" . . . 
methodical . . . quick corn- 
backs . . . "for it was Mary." 



ROBERT H. MAYBURY* 
B.S., A.M. 
Chemistry 

Conscientious . . . persist- 
ence personified . . . B. U. 
studies . . . "God loved he 
best" . . . undaunted by 
hard work . . . thorough 
. . . beloved family . . . 
planning for the future. 



'Leave of absence 



STEPHEN W. NEASE 

A.B., Th.B. 

Dean of Men; Director of 

Physical Education 

"See you in Sunday School" 
. . . not the second fiddle 
. . . holds down volcano of 
Memorial hall . . . "he was 
a shepherde" . . . tropical 
fish fan . . . "only five exer- 
cises today" . . . made-to- 
order husband. 




FRANCES ALLEN 
B.S., A.B. 
Chemistry 

Stoic perseverance . . . duty 
first . . . "gentil herte" . . . 
the Willow house . . . 
Southern background . . . 
lab experiments . . . kind 
to the utmost . . . dean's 
table. 



FRANK GERY, JR. 

B.S. 

Accounting 

Unmistakable accent . . . 
Kappa All-Star . . . student 
and professor combined . . . 
"call me Frank" ... no cof- 
fee, just Tee . . . "knew wel 
labour" . . . one of the boys 
. . . 6' 3" . . . consistent. 



J. GREG LARKIN, JR. 

A.B., Th.B. 
Director of Orchestra 

"Nowher so busy a man as 
he ther nas" . . . rehearsals 
. . . vibrant personality . . . 
"That's so absurd!" . . . grey 
pin-stripe. . . facial expres- 
sions . . . choir conducting 
. . . animated. 



ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS 

ELIZABETH YOUNG GEORGE ALLEN GRACE BANHAM FRANK BOWERS MARY RANKIN 

Sec. to the President Supervisor of Maint. Sec. to Field Secretary Food Service Manager Service Manager 




CHARLES DJERF, M.D. 

College Doctor 



RUBY FRIEND 

College Nurse 



AUDREY WARD 

Financial Clerk 



LAWRENCE MOORE 

Bookkeeper 






Paul D. Basham 



Manuel Chavier 



Frank G. Kish 










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Wfe, 



Robert P. Lutz 



Berge S. Najarian 



GRADUATES IN THEOLOGY 



E.N.C.'s GRADUATES IN THEOLOGY are seeking advanced preparation 
for a life more useful and purposeful. For them Commencement was only the 
beginning. Having recognized the message of Christ and the Church to "Go . . . 
into all the world . . .", they are striving to incorporate its challenge into their per- 
sonal lives as well as their preaching and teaching ministries by a heartfelt response 
— "Here am I, send me !" 




MARY LECHNER, President 



PHI 

DELTA 

LAMBDA 




The Beta Chapter of the Phi Delta 
Lambda, national honor society of Nazarene 
colleges, exists to encourage scholarship 
among the graduates and undergraduates of 
E.N.C. 

Vernon T. Bugh, M.D., a psychiatrist 
from Boston, was the speaker this year at 
the annual chapel program sponsored by 
the organization. 

A panel discussion on "The Christian 
in Graduate School" and a banquet for the 
undergraduates in the Honor society were 
other projects of the group. 

Scholarship loans are granted by the 
society to worthy students doing graduate 
work. 



Miss Dygoski, Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. Lechner, President 
Mr. Smith. Vice-President 






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SEATED, Left to Right: 
Bertha Munro, L. T. 
Corlett, S. T. Ludwig, 
Thelma Culver. SECOND 
ROW: H. W. Reed, C. H. 
Ripper, W. T. Purkiser, 
R. H. Cantrell, L. P. 
Gresham, L. W. John- 
son, J. B. Deisenroth. 
THIRD ROW: C. S. Mc- 
Cain, P. T. Culbertson, 
C. G. Schlosser, A. B. 
AAackey, E. S. Mann, C. 
L. Henderson, H. C. 
Benner. 



For the first time in the history of 
Nazarene colleges an Educational Confer- 
ence of administrators of the colleges of the 
Church of the Nazarene was held on the 
E.N.C. campus October 11-13. 

Purposing to discuss methods, prob- 
lems, objectives, and future plans of Naza- 
rene colleges, the presidents, deans, and 
business managers met in separate groups 
during the sessions proper. Meetings of 
presidents with deans, and of presidents 
with business managers were conducted 
also. 

Recognition of the common objective 
and directive of all the colleges represented 
at this gathering marks the beginning of 
tangible inter-school co-operation in the 
educational work of the Church of the Naza- 
rene. 




SEATED: Bertha Munro, 
Thelma Culver. STAND- 
ING: C. S. McClain, P. T. 
Culbertson, C. H. Rip- 
per, L. P. Gresham. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: W. T. 
Purkiser, R. H. Cantrell, 
E. S. Mann, L. T. Corlett, 
A. B. Mackey, H. C. 
Benner, H. W. Reed. 



EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE 



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FRONT ROW: J. Schlaitzer, V.-Pres. SECOND ROW: J. Cameron, Pres. 
E. Fliger, Treas.; C. Umstead, S. C. Rep. 




SENIORS 



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PROF. MULLEN, Adviser 



Demobilization, peace talks, United 
Nations — this was 1947, and we '51-ers 
worried about initiation, not headlines. 

The Freshman-Sophomore outing lin- 
gers in our memory; we forgot rhetoric and 
European history, the course which is no 
more. 

We saw the campus grow with the 
building of Memorial Hall and the basement 
unit church. 

"Jaunty Juniors", we ambushed the 
seniors as they stepped from the Greyhound 
bus. But we became more serious as we 
made our motto, "In His Steps." 

Our senior year has been a climax 
of class activities. We stepped into inevit- 
able comprehensives, wore our gowns 
proudly for the first time, paraded, played 
and ate on Junior-Senior Day. College life 
ended with "Alma Mater" in Quincy High 
School Auditorium. 

Mobilization, war talks, Korea. We 
go out into it all "In His Steps." 




LOIS E. ANDERSON 

A.B., Psychology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Vol- 
leyball 1, 2, 3; Kappa Cheerleader 1; 
Junior Class Secretary; Evangelistic 
Association 3; Future Teachers of 
America 3, 4; Secretary 3, President 
4; Las Estrellas 1; Psychology Club 2; 
A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Ladies' Trio 
2, 3, 4; Miriams 2; House Council 
Vice-President 4. 

Steps: of Practical Good Sense. Gait: 
Nonchalant. Route: Speech, song, 
secretaryship — training for pastor's 
aide. Goal: Duo for life. 



LOIS E. BAILEY 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 

Luther College 1; Alpha 1; Delta 2, 
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Volleyball 

2, 3; Music Club 1; "N" Club 2, 3, 
4; Prospective Missionary Society 2, 

3, 4.; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Libra- 
rian 3; "Campus Camera" 2. 

Steps: of Spontaneity. Gait: Hearty. 
Route: Waltham, singing, Bible 
courses. And noise? Goal: A Christ- 
ian witness. 



A. RUSSELL BAILEY 

A.B., History 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 
Vice-President 1; Music Club 2; "N" 
Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; A Cappella 
Choir 1, 2, 3; Ambassador Quartet 
2; Crusader Quartet 3. 

Sleps: of the Whole-Hearted Gentle- 
man. Gait: Irrepressible. Route: 
Quartet bass. A call, a transforma- 
tion. Boanerges. Goal: "Woe is me 
if I preach not—" 



PAUL E. BARTCH 

A.B., Philosophy 

Delta 2, 3, 4; Bowne Philosophical 
Society 2, 3, Vice-President 2; Band 
2. 

Steps: of the Deep Thinker. Gait: 
Serious. Route: Logic, Metaphysics, 
Epistemology. Goal: Chair of phil- 
osophy. 





NORMA-FAYE BEACH 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3 
4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teach 
ers of America 3. 4; Las Estrellas 1 
"N" Club 4; Psychology Club 2 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 
Band 1; Orchestra 4. 

Steps: of Simple Faith. Gait: The 
steady glow. Route: Sigmas, Sunday 
school, friendly ways. Goal: Noise- 
less place-filling. 



EMILY M. BIGELOW 

B.S. Music 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; 
Vice-President 4; House Council 3; 
Literature Club 3; Music Club 1, 2, 
4; Vice-President 2, 4; Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3, 4; "Campus Camera" 3, 4; Proof 
Editor 3; Headline Editor 4; Faculty 
Scholarship 1; "Who's Who" 4. 

Steps: of Sunny Accomplishment. 
Gait: Smiling. Route: Talents more 
than her share. Organ, Eddie, good 
grades. Goal: June? Parsonage 
queen. 



JEANETTE M. BRAKE 

A.B., Literature 

Marion College 1; Delta 2, 3, 



4; 



Future Teachers of America 2, 3; 
Literature Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Evangelistic Association 4; 
Meistersingers 3, 4. 

Steps: Ways of Gentleness. Gait: 
Convictions with sweetness. Route: 
Speech secretary, Fidelis president, 
all-round helper. Goal: God's place 
at God's moment. 



JOHN F. BRICKER 

A.B., History 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Presi- 
dent; Student Council 3; Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3; History 
Club 2, 3; Literature Club 4; Evangel- 
istic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Pittsburgh 
Scholarship 2, 3; Honor Society 2; 
"Nautilus" 3, 4, Editor 4; "Who's 
Who" 4. 

Steps: of Unparaded Ability. Gait: 
Courteous. Route: Junior-Senior Ban- 
quet 1950, History tutorial, "Nau- 
tilus"— then Skid more! Goal: History 
prof. 





JOHN W. BRUCE 

A.B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Bowne 
Philosophical Society 2, 3, 4; Vice- 
President 4; Psychology Club 1; 
Rover Crew 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4; N.Y.P.S. Council 4; 
Emmanuel Instrumental Trio 2, 3; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 4. 

Steps: of Contagious Christianity. 
Gait: Positive. Route: Girls (sisters 
et al.). A Charge to keep— and kept. 
Goal: God proved. 



JOHN E. BURTON 

A.B., History 

Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5; Baseball 1, 
2, 4; Football 1, 2, 5; Freshman Class 
President; Sophomore Class Treas- 
urer; Biology Club 1; A Cappella 
Choir 3; Ambassador Quartet 1, 2, 
3; Honor Society 3. 

Steps: of Happy Matrimony. Gait: 
Deceiving youthfulness. Route: G.I., 
quartets, Althea, "my son," ping- 
pong. Goal: Professorial. 



JAMES R. CALDWELL 

A.B., Philosophy 

Canadian Nazarene College 1, 2, 3; 
Sigma 4; Bowne Philosophical So- 
ciety 4; Evangelistic Association 4. 
Sleps: of Reasoned Faith. Gait: 
Logical. Route: Presbyterian Naza- 
rene, syllogisms, Tolstoi. Goal: A 
philosophy of holiness. 



ARDITH E. CALHOUN 

B.S., Chemistry 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, Secre- 
tary 1; Psychology Club 2; Chemical 
Association 3; Biological Association 
4; Meistersingers 3, 4. 

Steps: of The Littlest Angel. Gait: 
Hopeful. Route: Math, Chem.; ardent 
testimonies; grit. Goal: Scattering 
sunshine. 





JAMES R. CAMERON 

A.B., History 

Ohio State University 1; Kappa 2, 3, 
4; Football 4; Junior Class Treasurer; 
Senior Class President; Evangelistic 
Association 2; MacRonald Scholar- 
ship 3. 

Steps: of Reliability. Gait: Energetic 
self-discipline. Route: Dugout chief; 
History and toboggan star another 
happy Benedict. Goal: A Master's 
degree — first! 



MIRIAM A. CARNOBAS 

A.B., Modern Languages 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Volley- 
ball 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 
1, 2, 3, 4; Las Estrellas 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer 3; Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Meistersingers 3, 4; 
Quincy Hospital Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Washington-Philadelphia District 
Scholarship 1, 3. 

Steps: of Determination with a Smile. 
Gait: Systematic, cheerful— silk over 
steel. Route: Don Quixote, Rozi- 
nante and Sancho. Goal: Pennsyl- 
vania school system. 



JOHN T. CHECKLEY, JR. 

B.S., Mathematics 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Steps: of Unflagging Industry. Gait: 
Unvarying. Route: Calculus, Jean, 
schedule-bargaining, a stout heart. 
Goal: The genuine. 



KERMIT G. CLINGERMAN 

A.B., Biology 

Gamma 1, 2; Kappa 3, 4, 5; Speech 
Club 1; Biology Club 2; Literature 
Club 3; American Nature Study So- 
ciety 4, Chaplain 4; Biology Associa- 
tion 5, President 5; Rover Crew 2, 
3, 4, 5, Patrol leader 5; Asaph Choir 
2, 3. 

Steps: of Conscience. Gait: Sincere. 
Route: Lit, then Up Higher; summer 
camps, scouting, spiritual aspiration. 
Goal: Christlike service. 





D. EDWARD CRAMER 

A. B., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowne Philo- 
sophical Society 3, 4; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4 ; 
Meistersingers 4; Pittsburgh District 
Scholarship 3. 

Steps: of Prayer. Gait: Tranquil fer- 
vor. Route: Gospeller's ambition, 
studious ways, judgment in girl 
friends. Goal: A life outpoured. 



ELIZABETH E. CROUCHER 

A.B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 
1, 2; Bowne Philosophical Society 3, 
4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; College 
Missionary Society 3; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3. 

Steps: of Lively Intelligence. Gait: 
Vivacious. Route: D.V.B.S., valiant 
girl-philosopher. Goal: Religious 
education. 



DAVID L. CUBIE 

A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Litera- 
ture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Mis- 
sionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, President 
4; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 
4; Student Ministerial Association 3, 
4; Asaph Choir 1, 2. 

Steps: of Sincerity. Gait: Whole- 
souled. Route: His father's faith made 
his own. (Reading plus thinking.) 
Debate and discussion. Goal: The 
will of God on earth. 



CLOYCE C. CUNNINGHAM, JR. 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Kent State 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Psychology 
Club 3; Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 
4; Student Ministerial Association 3, 
4, Vice-President 4. 

Steps: of Positive Commitment. Gait: 
"Constant as the Northern star." 
Route: "Elaine the fair, Elaine the 
lovable, Elaine—." Goal: A parson. 





ROBERT C. DILL 

A.B., Literature 

M.I.T. 1; Cambridge Junior College 
2; Zeta 3, 4; Literature Club 3, 4. 
Sleps: of Geniality. Gait: Undis- 
turbed. Route: G.I. reservist; apathy 
for "papers"; lit pilgrimagss; "my 
friends." Goal: Congregational min- 
istry. 



EDDIE M. FLIGER 

A. B., Philosophy 

Pasadena College 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Class Treasurer; Bowne Philo- 
sophical Society 2, 3, 4, President 3; 
Rover Crew 3, 4; Student Ministerial 
Association 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3. 
4; "Campus Camera" 4, Headline 
Editor 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4. 

Steps: of Modesty. Gait: Steady— 
and arriving. Route: "Go East!" 
Fiddler, Philosophy, Emily— worth 
crossing the continent for! Goal: 
Seminary— en route. 



ZAVEN DOHANIAN 

A.B., Philosophy 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Presi- 
dent 3; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 
2; Football 1, 2; Bowne Philosophical 
Society 3, 4; College Missionary So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; Gospel Heralder Quartet 1, 2; 
Crusader Quartet 3, 4; "Campus 
Camera" 1, 2, 4, Editor-in-chief 4; 
"Nautilus" 2; House Council 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 2, Treasurer 2; 
WENC 3; "Who's Who" 4. 

Steps: of Efficiency. Gait: Commu- 
nity-minded. Route: Channeled en- 
ergy— Zeta, "Camera", Forums, etc. 
etc. Goal: To serve the present age. 



BEULAH M. FEIL 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; 
Cheerleader 1, 2; Future Teachers of 
America 1, 3, 4; Las Estrellas 1; Psy- 
chology Club 2, 4; Evangelistic 
As;ociat ; on 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 
2, 3. 4 ; Ladies' Trio 2, 3, 4. 

Steps: of Song. Gait: Serene, with 
a smile inside. Route: "A cappella", 
gym floor, dormitory pals. Goal: 
"And gladly teach." 






RUBY FRIEND 

B.S., Nursing 

Presbyterian Hospital School of Nurs- 
ing; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Girls' Co- 
ordinator 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4- 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; "N" Club 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Psychology Club 2, 
Secretary-Treasurer 2; Societas Prae- 
Medica 4, President 4; Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 
2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; "Green 
Book" 2; "Campus Camera" 3; "Nau- 
tilus" 3; Outstanding Girl Athlete 3. 
Steps: of Friend-ship. Gait: "All- 
round"; "A merry heart." Route: 
Signing sick excuses, athletic prow- 
ess, dormitory spreads. Goal: Ameri- 
can Indians. 



H. THEONA FRY 

A. B., Biology 

Beta 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4, 
Vice-President 5; Cheerleader 1, 2; 
Future Teachers of America 1, 2; Lit- 
erature Club 1, 2; Biological Associ- 
ation 4, 5; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4, 5; "Campus Camera" 4; Albany 
District Scholarship 2. 

Steps: of Graciousness. Gait: "Frank." 
Route: Fidelis Class, Choirs, Dugout, 
E.N.C. White House, Biology Lab. 
Goal: The right thing. 



ELINOR J. GARDNER 

A.B., Biology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Volleyball 4; Psychology Club 1; 
Biological Association 2, 3, 4, Libra- 
rian 3; Future Teachers of America 4; 
"N" Club 3, 4; Miriams 1; Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; Faculty Scholarship 
1; N. E. District Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Sleps: of Quiet Excellence. Gait: 
Unaffected. Route: Scholarship, star 
athlete. Goal: Tops in biology 
teaching. 



JOHN M. GARDNER 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Otlerbein College 1; Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Chaplain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baskclball 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Football 1, 2, 
3, 4; Biology Club 1, 2; "N" Club 
3, 4; Speech Club 3, 4; Asaph Choir 
1, 2; Band 1, 2; Meistersingers 3, 4- 
House Council 2, 3, 4; WENC 3, 
sportscaster 3. 

Steps: of Confidence. Gait: Preacher- 
and-Puck. Route: Eloquent prayers; 
poetry critic; Adonis in gym shoes. 
Goal: Pulpit. 





Beta 1, 
Society 
ciety 4. 



GEORGE E. GOODWIN 

A.B., Philosophy 

Delta 2, 3, 4, 5; Historical 
1; Bowne Philosophical So- 



Sleps: of Faithfulness. Gait: Stick- 
to-it-iveness. Route: Biblical-theolog- 
ical-kitchen steady. Goal: New Eng- 
land ministry with a parsonage pal. 



WARREN O. HOLLOWAY 

A. B. in Theology, Theology 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Las Estrellas 1, 2, 
Chaplain 2; Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. 

Steps: of Unfeigned Love for Christ. 
Gait: A constraining purpose; Route: 
The kind of wife it takes; resolute 
pluck. Goal: Fisher of men. 



WALTER G. GRAEFLIN 
A.B., Philosophy 

Cleveland Bible College 1; Sigma 

1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Baseball 1, 
2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Football 1, 

2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Sophomore 
Class Vice-President; Psychology 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice- 
President 3; Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4; Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; King's Men Quartet 4; 
Trumpet Trio 1, 2, 3, 4; WENC 3, 4, 
Program Director 3, 4. 

Steps: of the Pioneer. Gait: "Sans 
peur et sans reproche." Route: WENC 
trumpeter "par excellence", "Donald 
Duck," etc., etc. Goal: World Gos- 
pel radio. 



ROBERT E. GROSSE 

A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 1, 2; 

Bowne Philosophical Society 3, 4, 

Piesident 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; WENC 3, Announcer 3. 

Steps: of Firmness. Gait: Unwaver- 
ing. Route: Logic, the philosopher's 
slone, a good testimony. Goal: A 
worthy son of a worthy father. 






W. RUSSELL HOOD, JR. 

A.B., Philosophy 

"Kappa" 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 
1; Future Teachers of America 2; 
i3owne Philosophical Society 3; Pro- 
spective Missionary Society 4; Asaph 
Choir 2. 

Steps: of Cheerful Piety. Gait: Un- 
swerving. Route: All assignments 
met— and Dottie. Goal: The mission 
field. 



ROBERT M. INGLAND 

A.B., Philosophy 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2; Bowne 
Philosophical Society 3, 4; Evangel- 
istic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3; Student Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 3, 4; Prayer Meeting Co- 
ordinator 3; "Nautilus" 3; Statistics 
Editor 3. 

Steps: of Sturdy Honesty. Gait: Un- 
sophisticated. Route: Evangelistic 
activities, philosophy load, transfigur- 
ing smile. Goal: Blessing as he goes. 



PAULINE A. KEITH 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Volley- 
ball 4; Psychology Club 1; Future 
Teachers of America 3. 

Steps: of Conquest. Gait: Resolute. 
Route: Home church ties. Difficult 
hurdles taken triumphantly. Goal: 
Teaching the underprivileged. 



ALVIN S. LAWHEAD 

A.B., Philosophy 

Kappa 2, 3, 4, 5; College Missionary 
Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 4; 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 
President 3; N.Y.P.S. Council 5; Stu- 
dent Ministerial Association 3, 4, 5; 
Honor Society 4, 5; Washington-Phila- 
delphia District Scholarship 3, 4; 
'Who's Who" 5. 

Stsps: ot Consecration. Gait: Consist- 
ent. Route: "All kinds of service with 
a noble ease"; "Who's Who" for 
personal merit. Goal: An impress 
for Christ. 





PRISCILLA M. MacPHERSON 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Alpha 1, Sigma 2, 3, 4; Future Teach- 
ers of America 2, 3, 4; Psychology 
Club 1, 2, 3; College Missionary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Albany 
District Scholarship 3, 4. 

Steps: of Faithful Service. Gait: Na- 
tural. Route: E.N.C. dining room. Liv- 
ing up to a big brother and sister— 
successfully. Goal: Herself — for 
Christ. 



JOHN R. MICHAEL 

A.B., History 

Wheaton College 1, 2; Providence 
Bible Institute 3; Sigma 4. 

Stsps: of Pleasant Forcefulness. 
Gait: Undeterred. Route: History 
concentrate. Quincy census-taker. 
Goal: A teaching ministry— classroom 
or pulpit. 



PAUL A. NEAL 

A. B. in Theology, Theology 

Beta 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Junior Class 
Chaplain; Psychology Club 2, Chap- 
lain 2; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4; Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4; "Campus Camera" 3; Student 
Council 2. 

Steps: of Evangelistic Passion. Gait: 
Good nature. Route: Boy preacher. 
Extracurricular— religious, dormitory, 
social. Late lit fan. Goal: The world 
his parish. 



BETTY R. NORRIS 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Concord Collego 1; Bob Jones Uni- 
versity 2, 3; Kappa 4; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Psychology Club 
4; Evangelistic Association 4; "Cam- 
pus Camera" 4. 

Steps: of a Friendly Visitor. Gait: 
Breathless, Cordial. Route: Late 
Comer. She came, she saw, she con- 
quered . . . Goal: "Design for 
gracious living." 





GRACE R. ODDO 

A. B., Biology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3: 
Junior Class Vice-President; Biology 
Club 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 
4; Carolettes 1, 2, 4; "Messiah" 
soloist 2, 3, 4; "Green Book" 1 ■ 
Nautilus 4; Akron District Scholar- 
ship 3; Honor Society 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3. 

r.leps: of Melody. Gait: Co-operative. 
Route: Prima donna voice with 
Christian's humility. Solos, duets, 
trios, quartets, chorus— plus. Veep. 
Goal: An opening path. 



RUTH B. OXLEY 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Trevecca Nazarene College 1; Kappa 
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Basketball 3, 4; 
Volleyball 3; American Nature Study 
Society 2, 3, Secretary 3; Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4; "Campus 
Camera" 2. 



Steps: of Animation. Gait: Effer- 
vescent. Route: Southerner wel- 
basketball fan. Flow of 
Goal: An everyday Chris- 



corned; 
speech, 
tian. 



AUDREY B. PARKER 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Cleveland Bible College 1, 2; Zeta 
3, 4; Literature Club 4. 

Steps: of Individuality. Gait: Clever, 
friendly. Route: Penna. — Tenn. — 
Mass.—. Original thoughts and 
speech; merry eyes and words. 
Goal: To seek and to save— by effec- 
tive teaching. 



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WILLIAM L. PARKS 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Class Chaplain; Literature Club 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Music Club 1, 
2; Ambassador Quartet 3; Asaph 
Choir 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; WENC 
3. 

Steps: of Enthusiasm. Gait: Quick 
step, uninhibited. Route: P. K., the 
fair sex, convert from lit to theology, 
care of all the Sigmas. Goal: A 
dedicated life. 









RICHARD E. PHELPS 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial 
Associavion 3, 4. 

Steps: of a Purposeful Man. Gait: 
Eager. Route: G.I., wife and fairy 
daughter. Paternity lightly worn. 
Goal: Evangelist. 



GRACE L. PHIPPS 

A.B., Psychology 

Hunter College 1, 2; Columbia Uni- 
versity 3; Sigma 3, 4; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Psychology Club 
3, 4; House Council 4. 

Steps: of Social-Mindedness. Gait: 
Reflective, discriminating. Route: 
New York social service; "fourth 
floor", Psychology courses. Goal: 
Richer service for humanity. 



EVELYN M. RAMSEY 

B.S., Chemistry 

Valedictorian 

A. B., Trevecca Nazarene College; 
Kappa 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 
4, Secretary 3, 4; Societas Prae- 
Medica 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3; "Nau- 
tilus" 3, 4, Literary Editor 3, 4; 
Faculty Scholarship 3; Honor Society 
3, 4; Phi Delta Lambda. 

Steps: of Versatility. Gait: Brain 
speed. Route: Registrar's right hand; 
unofficial lab expert and encyclope- 
dia, general consultant. Goal: Medi- 
cal missionary. 



MARY E. REMMY 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of 
America 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 1; 
College Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 
4; Faculty Scholarship 2; Akron Dis- 
trict Scholarship 4; Honor Society 3. 

Steps: of a Student, Plus. Gait: Witty. 
Route: Honor Society; every assign- 
ment completed; merry eyes, time 
for fun. Goal: the Navy— the farm. 





ELAINE A. RUDOLPH 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 
2; Volleyball 1; Biology Club 1, 2; 
Las Estrellas 3, 4. 

£t?ps: cf Optimism. Gait: Un- 
troubled. Route: Single-mindedness. 
Changs of name but not of calling. 
Goal: South America. 



ROBERT E. SAMPSON 

A. B. in Theology, Theology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. 

Sleps: of Concern for the Lost. Gait: 
Persevering. Route: Family life, 
Concentrated endeavor. Goal: the 
manse and the mission. 



HELEN E. SCHINDLER 

A.B., Biology 

Alpha 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Astronomy 
Club 4; Biology Association 1, 2, 3, 
4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Future 
Teachers of America 1 ,2, 3, 4; "N" 
Ciub 3, 4; College Missionary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Albany District 
Scholarship 4. 

Steps: of an Out-Door Girl. Gait: 

Light-hearted. Route: Every sport 

available— plus hikes and field trips. 
Goal: Biology teacher. 



JANET SCHLAITZER 

A.B., Literature 

Houghton College 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Class Vice-President; Speech 
Club 2; Literature Club 3, 4; Meister- 
singers 2, 3, 4; "Campus Camera" 3, 
4, Feature Editor 3, Associate Editor 
4. 

Steps: of Grace. Gait: Tranquil. 
Route: "A dark ther was"; pink and 
white; "Jan" without "Joan". Goal: 
Journalism. 





COLLEEN B. SHATTUCK 

A. B., Literature 

Beta 1 ; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 
2, 3, 4; Miriams 2; Faculty Scholar- 
ship 3; New England District Schol- 
arship 4. 

Steps: of Genuine Scholarship. Gait: 
•Her own. Route: Vermont, "Pete", 
"Three Musketeers", dialectic, "sem- 
per parata". Goal: Newfoundland— 
and points beyond. 



REBECCA J. SKIDMORE 

A.B., Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; 
Freshman Class Secretary; Biology 
Club 1, 2; Chemistry Association 2; 
Literature Club 4, Vice-President 4; 
College Missionary Council 2, 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President 
3; Meistersingers 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4, Secretary 4; "Who's Who" 
4. 



Steps: of Earnestness. Gait: Deci- 
sively deliberate; firmly mild. Route: 
Convert from Chem. to Lit; sacri- 
ficial-giving spark plug; poet; the 
hospitable heart. Goal: to "make 
reason and the will of God prevail." 



EVANGELINE A. SMITH 

A.B., Literature 
Salutatorian 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Lit- 
erature Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Program 
Chairman 4; "N" Club 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4; Miriams 1; A Cappella Choir 2, 

3, 4; Carolettes 1, 2, 4; "Green 
Book" 1, Editor-in-chief 1; "Campus 
Camera" 1, 2, 3, Associate Editor 
2, Editor-in-chief 3; "Nautilus" 1, 2, 

4, Club Editor 2, Associate Editor 4; 
Faculty Scholarship 1, 2, 3; Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; "Who's Who" 4. 
Steps: of Perfection. Gait: Thor- 
oughness. "Clair"ity. Route: Trio "a 
cappella"; Dean's List steady; edi- 
torial genius. Scholastic conscience. 
Goal: "Which star make mine?" 



HADLEY E. SMITH 

A.B., Economics 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class 
President; Student Body President 4 
Biology Club 1; Psychology Club 2 
Bowne Philosophical Society 3, 4 
Asaph Choir 1; A Cappella Choir 2, 
3, 4; "Green Book" 1; Associate 
Editor 1; "Nautilus" 3, Business 
Manager 3; "Who's Who" 4. 

Sleps: of an Administrator. Gait: 
"Unperturbed pace." Route: Maine 
agriculturist sweeps to Presidency. 
Ten thoughts to one word. New 
England in essence. Goal: Business 
executive. 





RICHARD H. SMITH 

A.B., History 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Student 
Ministerial Association 4; Orchestra 
I; Honor Society 2. 

Steps: of the Illuminated Life. Gait: 
Alert. Route: Backstairs theology 
forums; student pastorate; pretty 
wife and live-wire "dad." Goal: 
Reality. 



JOSEPH R. SONGER 
A.B., Biology 

Morris Harvey College 1; Kappa 

2, 3, 4; Football 2; Biology Club 2, 

3, 4, President 2; Societas Prae- 
Medica 2, President 2. 

Steps: of Honor. Gait: High-prin- 
cipled. Route: Betty Lee and Joseph 
Glenn, faithful usher, winning smile. 
Goal: Nature study specialist. 



RUTH C. SPECHT 

B.S., Secondary Education 

Provincial Normal College 1; Kappa 
2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 
4. 

Steps: of a Lover of Study and of 
People. Gait: "Happy." Route: Nova 
Scotia teaching and Christian work; 
"all" E.N.C. courses, and E.N.C. 
spirit. Goal: Canada revisited with 
fresh equipment. 



EMMA J. STEPHEY 

B.S., Nursing 

Philadelphia General Hospital; Kappa 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Volleyball 
2; Student Council 4, Vice-President 
4; Societas Prae-Medica 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Speech Club 1; "Green 
Book" 1; WENC 3, Classical Music 
Director 3. 

Steps: of Healing. Gait: Kind and 
understanding. Route: God's tim- 
ing, Golden Rule in action. Goal: A 
vision of larger service. 





WESLEY W. STINSON 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Alpha 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; 
Math Club 3; Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4, President 4. 

Steps: of a Ministcr-to-Be; Gait: Un- 
worried, unhurried. Route: Con- 
firmed husband^ speaking eyes; fixed 
purpose. Goal: A call fulfilled. 



ROBERT W. SUTTON 

A.B., History 

Piovidence Bible Institute 1; Gordon 
College 2; Sigma 3, 4; Historical 
Society 3, 4; "Campus Camera" 4. 

Steps: of Adoniram Judson. Gait: 
"Reverend." Route: Provocative class 
questions, absence record; history 
paragon, French "enfant terrible". 
Goal: Evangelical ministry. 



ELAINE A. TAKALA 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Secre 
tary; Future Teachers of America 4 
Las Estrellas 1; Psychology Club 2 
Speech Club 3, Vice-President 3 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 
House Council 3; A Cappella Choir 
4; Miriams 1, 2; Akron District Schol- 
arship 1. 

Steps: of Sisterliness. Gait: Thought- 
ful. Route: Twin turned Delta Ed 
major; unobtrusive good deeds. 
Goal: Shaping lives. 



RUTH E. TAKALA 

A.B., Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4 
Las Estrellas 1; Literature Club 3, 4 
Psychology Club 2; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; 
Miriams 2; Orchestra 4; "Campus 
Camera" 4. 

Steps: of Sincerity. Gait: Coura- 
geous, grateful. Route: Twin turned 
Kappa lit major; 26-hour working 
day; telling testimony. Goal: A 
Christian first. 




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LEWIS H. THEODORE 

A.B., Biblical Literature 

Asbury College 1, 2; Kappa 3, 4; 
Basketball 4; Bowne Philosophical 
Society 4; Student Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4. 

Ctsps: of Honest Endeavor. Gait: 
Straightforward. Route: Two full- 
t'me jobs. No sidelines. One of 
these "young" married men. Goal: 
The Great Commission. 



GLORIA B. THOMAS 

A.B., Biology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4- Las Estrellas 1 ; 
Biological Association 2, 4; Societas 
Prae-AAedica 3, Secretary-Treasurer 
3; Evangelistic Association 1, 2. 

Steps: of Busy Reserve. Gait: 
Wholesome. Route: Keeping her own 
counsel; filling her days full. Goal: 
A place of usefulness. 



LAURA M. TOKARSKI 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Beta 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4, 5; Future 
Teachers of America 3, 5, Librarian 
5; Psychology Club 1, 2, 3; College 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Meistersingers 4, 5; Quincy Hospital 
Choir 2, 3, 5; "Campus Camera" 5; 
Honor Society 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 4; Kauffman Scholarship 4. 



GARNET G. TRIVETT 

A. B., History 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Historical Society 
1, 2, 3; Literature Club 4; Asaphs 1. 

Steps: of a Keen Thinker. Gait: 
critical idealist. Route: Combat hero, 
G.E.D. prodigy; class enlivener; eco- 
nomic theorist. Goal: Enlightened 
living. 



Steps: of Deep Devotion. Gait: 
Missionary-minded. Route: Set pur- 
pose, reliable student— every good 
work. Tender-hearted. Goal: The 
Master's "Well done." 








MARTHA A. TYLER 

A.B., History 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; 
Future Teachers of America 4; Las 
Estrellas 1; Historical Society 2, 3, 
President 3; College Missionary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Miriams 1, 2 ,3, Vice- 
President 2; A Cappella Choir 4; 
Hospital Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; House 
Council 4. 

Sleps: of Adventure with Christ: 
Gait: Buoyant. Route: Cheerleader, 
in gym and elsewhere. Enthusiastic 
practice teacher. Goal: A full life. 



CLAIR E. UMSTEAD 

A. B., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1 ,2, 4; 
Student Council 4, Senior Class Rep- 
resentative; Bowne Philosophical So- 
ciety 3, 4; "N" Club 3, 4; Evangel- 
istic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 3, 4; Trumpet Trio 1, 2, 3, 
4; King's Men Quartet 4; "Nautilus" 
2, 4, Business Manager 4. 

Steps: of a Good Man. Gait: Depend- 
able. Route-. Trumpeter superb; 
extracurricular executive. "People 
called Smith." Goal: The work of 
God. 



WILLIAM E. VARIAN 

A.B., in Theology, Theology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 2; Base- 
ball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 3; All-Star 
Basketball 3; All-Star Football 2, 3; 
Student Council 1, Freshman Class 
Representative; Bowne Philosophical 
Society 4; "N" Club 3, 4; Speech 
Club 1, 2, President 2; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3; Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4. 

Steps: of Abundant Living. Gait: 
Quick motion. Route: All-star — 
enthusiast. "Young" wife. Goal: 
Results in the ministry. 



A. LYNETTE WAGNER 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Gamma 1, Zeta 2, 3, 4; Future Teach 
ers of America 1 , 2, 3, 4; Psychology 
Club 1, 2; College Missionary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2. 

Steps: of Unpretentious Loyalty. 
Gait: Demure. Route: Maine; yellow 
curls, and a black eye; steady life. 
Goal: Christ in the schoolroom. 





WILLIAM WALLACE 

A.B., Philosophy 

Zeta 1 , 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Bowne Philosophical Society 
2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial Associa- 
tion 3; Asaph Choir 2, President 2; 
A Cappella Choir 4. 

Steps: of a Loyal Canadian. Gait: 
Distinguished. Route: From electrical 
engineer to preacher. Mellow voice. 
Preference for nurses. Goal: A 
Wesleyan ministry. 



ALMA R. WASHBURN 

B.S., Music 

Gamma 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4, 5; Music 
Club 1, 4, 5, President 4, 5; Speech 
Ciub 2, 3; Miriams 1, 3; Secretary- 
Treasurer 1; Meistersingers 4; A 
Cappella Choir 5; House Council 3. 

Sleps: of Precise Harmony. Gait: 
Sostenuto. Route: Finest E.N.C. tra- 
ditions in her blood; "Not Somehow, 
but Triumphantly"; controlled en- 
thusiasms. Goal: Music — communi- 
cated. 



ALEDA M. WATTS 

B.S., Secondary Education 

Beta 1, Delta 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers 
of America 3; Music Club 3; "N" 
Club 4 5; Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Miriams 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Meistersingers 4, Librarian 4; A Cap- 
pella Choir 5; "Nautilus" 4. 

Steps: of the Happy Christian. Gait: 
A spring in her step. Route: Front 
seat, victorious testimony, whole- 
souled singing, good sport. Goal: 
Spreading cheer. 



HOWARD F. WELLS 

B.S., Chemistry 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Club 1, 2, 
Vice-President 2; Chemical Society 
3, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
"Campus Camera" 4, Photographer 
4; "Nautilus" 4, Photographer 4. 

Steps: of Scientific Aspiration. Gait: 
Strong, silent (vs. "H. G.") Route: 
Pendulum swing between Chem. 
Lab. and clarinet; upward climb, 
Goal: Industrial chemistry. 





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NATALIE G. WHEELER 

A.B., Economics and Sociology 

Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 
1; Literature Club 3; Evangelistic 
Association 2; Prospective Mission- 
ary Society 1 , 2, 3. 

Steps: of Quiet Intensity. Gait: Trust- 
ing. Route: Brave girl economist, 
Ii1 lover; genuine testimony; opened 
doors. Goal: India, with John. 



R. BRUCE WHITNEY 

A.B., Economics 

Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; Parliamentarian 4; 
Baseball 2; Student Council 3, 
Junior Class Representative; Histori- 
cal Society 1; "Campus Camera" 4; 
"Nautilus" 4, Photography Editor 4; 
WENC 3; Honor Society 3. 

Steps: of Truth Seeker and Truth 
Spreader. Gait: Challenging. Intelli- 
gent. Route: Class discussions and 
unscheduled forums. "Current of 
fresh ideas." Goal: A Christian 
economy. 



Seniors not pictured: Donald P. Darsch, Donald H. Davis, Carlton Gleason, 
Elaine G. Hall, Dorothy V. Wells. 

B. S. in NURSING 




PATSY M. SHOPE 



NORINE E. ROTH 



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Elected to membership in "Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges" for 1950-51 are seven 
seniors from E.N.C. Of the seven, two are 
philosophy majors; two, literature; one, his- 
tory; one, music; and one, economics. 

The basis on which these students 
were selected was character, scholastic 
achievement, leadership, and potentiality 
for future usefulness to business and so- 
ciety. 

This organization recognizes out- 
standing students from six hundred colleges, 
printing a brief biography of each member 
in their annual publication, which serves as 
an official directory for personnel managers 
and business executives. 

Summing up all honors scholastic 
and social, election to "Who's Who" is the 
recognition of a well-rounded college career. 





1 EMILY M. BIGELOW 



2 JOHN F. BRICKER 



3 ALVIN S. LAWHEAD 



4 ZAVEN DOHANIAN 



5 HADLEY E. SMITH 




7 REBECCA J. SKIDMORE 



EMILY M. BIGELOW 



JOHN M. GARDNER 



SENIOR 
RECITALISTS 





Talent and persevering practice combined in the 
senior group of music and speech students to produce a series of 
outstanding performances. 

Emily Bigelow's piano and organ recital is well re- 
membered, especially her playing of the third movement of Men- 
delssohn's "Concerto in G Minor" and the "Three Fantastic Dances" 
by Shostakovich. Lois Andrews assisted with readings. 

Shakespeare's HAMLET came to life in John Gardner's 
performance of soliloquies from this great tragedy. Appropriate 
organ accompaniment created an effective background. 

"Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark" with flute accompaniment 
was outstanding in Grace Oddo's voice recital. Her listeners were 
stirred by Handel's "I Know that My Redeemer Liveth." Assisting 
at the piano was Mrs. Olive Marple. 

Varied selections were well interpreted by Audrey 
Parker. The dramatic monologue, "A Tale," and the humorous 
story of "The Third Ingredient" appealed to her listeners. 

Alma Washburn's rendition of "Impromptu" by Schu- 
bert was excellent in her piano and organ recital, as well as the 
second movement of Mendelssohn's "Concerto in G Minor." 
Professor Edith Cove accompanied at the organ. 



GRACE R. ODDO 



AUDREY B. PARKER 



ALMA R. WASHBURN 




SENIOR 
SNEAK 



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FRONT ROW: E. Hilyard, Sec.; W. Winget, Pres.; G. Crawford, V.-Pres. 
SECOND ROW: E. Parsons, S. C. Rep.; A. Oddo, Treas.; L. Prosperi, Chap. 




JUNIORS 





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MR. PEARSALL, Adviser 




Restless, collegiate (we thought), 
untamed, we '49-ers rushed on campus with 
the expectancy of the century-old gold- 
rushers. 

Freshman week was guinea-pigged 
on us and we made it work. That first week 
we were kings; the next, pawns to the lofty 
Sophs. 

But we had our chance in our Sopho- 
more year as we led the Freshman class by 
the nose through initiation and the Blue Hills 
outing. 

"Introducing Miles Standish"; "Let's 
go over that march again"; "Party at the 
Pearsall's"; "I never miss Junior prayer 
meeting" — these were the signs that we 
were upperclassmen. 

"Ye shine as lights," our motto, is 
the answer we give to a shadowing world. 



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N. ADAMS 

Friendly Framingham 
pastor . . winning 

song leader . . . per- 
severance . . . father- 
son trio . . . keen. 



R. BARRUETO 

Guatemalan senor . . . 
cellist . . . future— medi- 
cine . . . Hobby? eat- 
ing! . . . accommodat- 
ing. 



P. BOWLBY 

"Gibby" . . . distinctive 
laugh . . . long trom- 
bone . . . sincere in 
service to Christ. 



M. BRUEY 

Efficient R.N. ... re- 
served . . . diligent . . . 
yen for poetry and 
music . . . earnest. 



D. ALEXANDER 

That "foreigner" from 
Canada . . . library in- 
terests . . . unwavering 
in God's call 



J. BLOYE 

North of the border . . . 
keyboard and classics 
. . . consistent Christian 
walk. 



G. BRACKETT 

Winning smile ... in- 
dustrious . . . Lowell 
meets Toronto . . . utter 
Christian sincerity. 



B. CHALFANT 

Never too busy . . . 
sparkling personality . . . 
creative ability . . . "Lit" 
enthusiast. 



L. ANDREWS 

Understanding c o n f i- 
dante . . . trumpet de- 
votee . . . genuine . . . 
deeply spiritual. 



C. BOURNE 

"Daddy's little girl" . . . 
music appreciation . . . 
amicable . . . glorifies 
God. 



C. BRODHEAD 

"Chuck" . . . Sigma 
throughout . . . grin and 
blush . . . "that my all 
might glorify Him." 



R. CHARLTON 

Individualist . . . chuckle 
. . . brilliant linguist . . . 
'My wife" . . . call to 
Asia. 











M. CLARK 

"Milt" . . . obliging 
friendliness . . . "Every 
day with Jesus" . . . tall, 
blonde, and Betty's. 



R. COVE 

Unique conversationalist 
. . . winning ways . . . 
Icve for people . . . 
seeker of truth. 



D. DAVIS 

Rich baritone . . . every 
inch a Christian . . . 
taught by Betty . . . 
daily consecration. 



F. DODSON THATCHER 

Mischievous giggle . . . 
deep convictions . . . 
goes BOBbin' along . . . 
mission worker. 



R. CLARK 

Jan . . . the Chev . . . 
choir director . . . Wes- 
leyan tenor . . . "Real- 
ly?" . . . friendly. 



G. CRAWFORD 

Capable Junior "veep" 
. . . bubbling good hu- 
mor . . . helpful ... of 
many talents. 



F. DeBAR 

Tall, dark, and Delta . . . 
studious . . . psych . . . 
'Yeh?" . . . frequent 
joker . . . debonair. 



P. ELLIOTT 

Eyes that twinkle . . . 
persevering always . . . 
loyal . . . Bethel Beach 
S. S. teacher. 



N. COPELAND 

Quiet reserve . . . perse- 
vering biologist . . . 
conscientious . . . takes 
life seriously. 



D. DAISEY 

R.N. to-be . . . Pitts- 
burgh interests . . . 
musical moments . . . 
quiet Christian testi- 
mony. 



C. DeREMER 

Silent dignity . . . hus- 
band deluxe . . . mental 
acuteness . . . philo- 
sophical comprehension. 



W. ERBE 

Reserved friendliness 
. . . depth of personality 
. . . witty reply . . . 
diligent worker. 



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V. ESHLEMAN 

"Honey" . . . twinkle in 
her eye . . . big sister 
. . . House Council prexy 
. . . purposeful. 



J. GAVETTE 

Expressive eyes . . . 
humorous outbursts . . . 
practicality . . . compe- 
tent secretary. 



D. HARDY 

Good-natured friendli- 
ness . . . mountaineer 
. . . devoted to call . . . 
diligent. 



E. HENCK 

Maryland miss . . . smil- 
ing gentleness . . . 24- 
carat genuineness . . . 
"I'll do it." 



A. ESSELSTYN 

Character depth . . . 
contagious giggle— ex- 
cept in the library . . . 
true to Africa's call. 



C. GONZALES 

Petite senorita . . . viva- 
cious charm . . . loathes 
frogs . . . resourceful 
. . . expressive eyes. 



A. HARRIS 

Unruffled good nature 
. . . "Who, me?" . . . 
chuckle all his own . . . 
auto interests. 



R. HENCK 

N. Y. P. S. prexy . . . 
Africa calls . . . ready 
smile . . . boyish man- 
ner . . . sincerity. 



W. FADER 

Traveling tenor . . . 
"Facts Fader" . . . score- 
keeper . . . big tease 
. . . sincerity. 



C. HANCE 

Girl with a job . . . 
"Kate" . . . those Smiths 
. . . gay laugh . . . reso- 
lute. 



D. HAZELTON 

Unaffected worthiness 
. . . latent influence . . . 
creditable ... "a soul 
that followeth God." 



B. HERRINGTON 

Never a care . . . little 
girl manners ... "I 
would be true" . . . 
hopefully undiscourage- 
able. 





E. HILYARD 

Equestrian interests . . . 
loyal friend . . . Mainiac 
. . . likes fun . . . always 
competent. 



R. HUTCHINSON 

Aloof but not unfriendly 
. . . collegiate attire . . . 
pre-med . . . independ- 
ent. 



M. KEMNER 

"Peggy" . . . quiet voice 
. . . gentle manners . . . 
biology brain . . . settled 
purpose. 



A. KUSCHNER 

Wholesome expression 
. . . "She sang her way 
into his heart" . . . im- 
pulsive laughter. 



J. HOLSTEAD 

Intense blue eyes . . . 
fervent ... a one- 
Wheeler . . . effective 
Bible interpretation. 



L. JEWETT 

"Ah, marriage, 'tis a 
good thing" . . . blush- 
ing laugh . . . faith 
invincible. 



J. KNEPPER 

Untiring in perseverance 
. . . clever . . . domestic 
. . . Christ to the Ameri- 
can Indian. 



C. KUYKENDALL 

Statue-like silence . . . 
capable of warm friend- 
liness ... a non-verbose 
gentleman. 



R. HUTCHEON 

Personable . . . agree- 
able dissenter . . . un- 
feigned interest . . . 
ecclesiastical purpose. 



F. JOHN 

Straight-faced wit . . . 
Delta . . . rambling con- 
versation . . . versatile 
. . . devotion. 



I. KOELKER 

Unobtrusive . . . church 
choir . . . merry and 
wise . . . "no legacy is 
so rich =<s honesty " 



L. LaVIGNE 

An esteemed member of 
the Junior Class who 
met a tragic death as a 
result of an automobile 
accident, March 3, 1951. 
Bereaved by all his 
classmates. 



P. LICK 

Animated humor . . . 
sincere . . . "Lickovisky" 
piano capers . . . con- 
quering determination. 



M. MacLEOD 

Youthful spirit . . . help- 
ful .. . poetic flair . . . 
spontaneous . . . Chris- 
tian worker. 



S. MORALES 

Petite Puerto Rican . . 
ping-pong enthusiast . . 
eyes that sparkle . . 
searcher for truth. 



J. NOFTLE 

English sense of humor 
. . . well-groomed look 
. . . baseball enthusiast 
. . . sincere. 



H. LONG 

"Ike" . . . everybody's 
friend . . . staunch Sigma 
. . . broad grin . . . 
devoted daily living. 



V. MASTERS 

Overcomer . . . depend- 
able in the least . . . 
American Indian call . . . 
co-operative spirit. 



M. MUSNUG 

Obliging . . . loquacious 
"scavenger" waitress . . . 
eager to render Him 
service. 



A. ODDO 

"Andy" . . . dinner-table 
humor . . . likes a chal- 
lenge . . . teaser . . . 
"A charge to keep." 



R. LONG 

"Russ" . . . local preach- 
er .. . "My boy John- 
nie" . . . amateur chef 
. . . Sears rug salesman. 



B. MIKULEC 

Gestureful . . . enthusi- 
astic . . . Kappa prexy 
. . . bow-tie . . . accom- 
modating usher. 



H. NICHOLSON 

Hearty laugh . . . pleased 
papa . . . do-or-die Delta 
. . . Rover crew worker 



M. R. ONEY 

Laughter in her voice 
. . . good taste . . . 
loyalty . . . Paul's Oney 
valentine. 






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J. PARKER 

Hail fellow, well met 
. . . ready for fun . . . 
tricky trumpeteer . . . 
choir maestro. 



M. PAULI 

"Tickets, please" . . . 
captivating laughter . . . 
capable . . . inner radi- 
ance. 



L. PROSPERI 

Freckles and grins . . . 
mental calmness . . . 
disarming . . . following 
Christ consistently. 



H. RICH 

Front-row Christian . . . 
zealous . . . "my Ford" 
. . . leader . . . brilliant 
. . . frank. 



W. PARKS 

Exacting . . . obliging 
. . . Peggy from Eng- 
land . . . likes an argu- 
ment . . . dependable. 



E. PAYNE 

Quick with a quip . . . 
imaginative . . . reserved 
Washingtonian . . . test- 
tube interests. 



G. RICE 

Retired prankster . . . 
business ability . . . 
proud papa . . . earnest, 
unassuming manner. 



H. RICKEY 

"Rickey" . . . energetic 
Kappa ... a go-getter 
. . . perpetual tease . . . 
all for Christ. 



E. PARSONS 

Versatile . . . Chuck's 
favorite cook . . . hair 
of gold . . . tender wit- 
ness consistently. 



A. PEABODY 

Vermont humor . . . 
poetry lover . . . former 
school marm . . . tender, 
heartfelt testimony. 



A. RICH 

Unflinching . . . quick 
comeback . . . deep con- 
victions . . . former 
Maine pastorate. 



R. RUPERT 

Reserved— at first . . . 
after-math . . . prankster 
. . . home-town boy . . . 
desire for truth. 



P. SANBORN 

An R.N. who cares for 
Johnny . . . studious . . . 
outbursts of laughter 
. . . fervent for Christ. 



H. SHELLEY 

Little girl expressiveness 
. . . school marm to-be 
. . . "tea and coffee?" 
. . . consecrated. 



M. STAPLES 

Poetic and witty . . . 
candid . . . resolute in 
faith .. . . humility . . . 
leaching plans 



J. WADE 

Conservative . . . dent- 
ist-to-be . . . from Ala- 
bama and Cape Cod . . . 

amicable. 



E. SARDELLA 

Quiet— until you know 
him . . . musical im- 
provisations . . . voca- 
tional guidance . . . 
alert. 



A. J. SHOFF 


W. SUTHERIN 


'A. J." ... a song to 


Loves life . . . discrimi 


remember . . . peals of 


nating taste . . . profi 


laughter . . . unflinching 


cient salad tosser . . 


in God's will. 


unswerving faith. 



M. WALLACE 

Maple leaf forever . . 
pin-like neatness . . 
registrar's records . . 
"my roommates." 



A. SEAMANS 

Bender-boyish . . . easy- 
going . . . original ex- 
pression . . . seeking 
God's best always. 



D. STAHL 

Optimistic . . . big grin 
. . . Pennsylvania Dutch 
. . . quartet man . . . 
conquest for Christ. 



G. THORNE 

Business-like tendencies 
. . . track star . . . 
aggressive . . . fun- 
loving . . . consistent. 



R. WALTON 

Dugout confidante . . . 
animated chatter . . . 
Ed's little girl . . . Chris- 
tian character. 





M. F. WILLIAMS 

"Pete" . . . sunny dis- 
position . . . triumphant 
overcomer . . . yen for 
fun . . . teacher-to-be. 



W. WINGET 

Artist's refinement . . . 
good sense . . . quick 
of comprehension . . . 
discriminate. 



D. WISE 

A man's man . . . 
"Listen, doc" . . . Jenny 
. . . true . . . fervent 
devotion to interests. 



O. WOODWARD 

"Oakey Doakey" . . . 
pleasing speech . . . 
Maine woodsman . . . 
sincere disciple of Christ. 




3ln Memuriam 

LEON S. LaVIGNE 
1928- 1951 

"That such have died enables us 
The tranquiller to die; 

That such have lived, certificate 
For immortality." 

Dickinson 




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FRONT ROW: H. Young, V.-Pres.; M. Larsen, Sec. SECOND ROW: R. 
Hedden, S. C. Rep.; C. Guscott, Chap.; J. Sabean, Treas. 




PROF. SMITH, Adviser 



SOPHOMORES 




Despite our threatened rebellion 
against initiation, we bowed to the tradition 
of the elders, the Sophomores. 

After a few weeks on campus, we 
became genuine E.N.C.-ers. It was fun to 
enter into all the activities of the college, 
taking advantage of each opportunity that 
E.N.C. afforded us. 

Sophisticated sophomores, we 
watched a little enviously as the upperclass- 
men left for their Junior-Senior Banquet in 
the midst of shouts and the blaring of horns, 
but anticipated the following year when we 
as upperclassmen would be part of the an- 
nual excursion that climaxed the excitement 
of Junior-Senior Day. 

We ended our sophomore year with 
a deeper appreciation for E.N.C. — not only 
as a college but also as a spirit. 




G. Albert 
R. Allison 
C. Apple 
P. Ash 
V. Bailley 



J. Baker 
S. Betts 
J. Bigelow 
E. Blake 
R. Bruce 



J. Bryan 
G. Bryner 

M. E. Burdett 
E. Cliff 
I. Cliff 



B. Conser 
J. Copp 

G. Couchenour 
R. Cribbis 
A. Cronin 



A. Cubie 

L. Cummings 
B. Dammes 
D. Davis 

D. DeShields 



R. Dinsmore 
C. Dobson 
H. Dodge 
M. Dollinger 
J. Dorothy 



J. Durkee 

H. Edgington 
G. Eliades 
B. Elliott 
N. Ellis 



E. Esselstyn 
M. Eto 

M. Flewelling 
J. Forquer 
M. Freeman 



J. Friend 
B. Gardner 

Carlos Gonzales 
L. Grey 
C. Guscott 



D. Harding 
H. Harris 

M. Haselkamp 
R. Hayden 
N. Hedden 



R. Hedden 
D. Hennen 
C. Hersey 
E. Hicks 
C. Holman 



J. Homsy 

G. Hornberger 
J. Houghtaling 
B. Ingalls 
R. Jackson 



R. Janacek 
L. Johnson 
F. Kelley 
F. Ketner 
I. Kline 



H. Knepper 
I. Laird 

E. Landers 
D. Lantz 
M. Larsen 





R. Laudermilk 
S. Lemieux 
C. Lillibridge 
F. Lorenz 
R. Loveless 



A. McClung 
A. McCurdy 
M. MacDonald 
R. MacDonald 
C. MacPherson 



W. Maxwell 
M. Meredith 
R. Metcalfe 
E. Meyer 
J. Miller 



I. Montgomery 
R. Montgomery 
J. Moore 
V. Morse 
L. Mullen 



M. Myers 
A. Neal 

W. Oxenford 
R. Parsons 
E. Pearsall 



G. Perry 
R. Phillips 
A. Pyne 

D. Reinhart 
T. Roberts 



H. Rogers 
F. Rugg 
J. Sabean 
C. Sawyer 
F. Schlosser 




J. Scott 
R. Sever 
V. Shankle 
L. Shellito 
D. Shene 



H. Simmons 
W. Sloan 
W. Smith 
L. Spinney 
M. Studley 



G. Talbot 
E. Tikasingh 
P. Vangel 
R. Wanner 
J. Wetzel 



D. White 
D. Wilson 
R. Wirth 

E. Woodcock 
C. Young 



Donald Young 
Doris Young 
G. Young 
H. Young 
J. Zuch 





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FRONT ROW: J. Williamson, V.-Pres.; G. Wetmore, Pres.; H. Johnson, 
Sec. SECOND ROW: T. Starnes, Treas.; J. Young, S. C. Rep.; T. Boates, 
Chap. 




MR. NEASE, Adviser 



FRESHMEN 




Somehow we managed to arrive at 
the campus this fall despite Korea and high 
school weariness. Ours was a memorable 
tin-can, cold-cream, and Model T initiation. 

Rush day baffled us, for never be- 
fore had we been teased, pampered, 
begged, or mauled so much. 

Uncertainty yielded to an air of con- 
fidence as we resolved the perennial prob- 
lems that never fail to perplex a Freshman 
Week novice. 

We realized a sense of belonging 
when we shared our first chapel service. 

Anxiety replaced our characteristic 
exuberance as final examinations drew 
ominously near. 

Move-up day proved to be one of 
personal inventory. We had all but com- 
pleted the first year of our college career — 
a year marked by spiritual growth, scholas- 
tic achievement, and loads of fun! 



Kft 




J. Adams 
J. Allen 

D. Armstrong 
R. Armstrong 
D. Austin 



G. Austin 
R. Ballard 
W. Becker 
M. Bedor 
G. Benelli 



M. Bigelow 
S. Blachly 
T. Boates 
I. Bonnallie 
M. Boshart 



R Bradley 
H. Brake 
S. Brooks 
F. Brown 
P. Brown 



N. Bruce 
R. Bruce 
J. Burgess 
B. Burt 
H. Bye 



Q. Caswell 
A. Chandler 
S. Chase 

A. Christensen 
M. Clemmons 



I. Coghill 
R. Coombs 
M. Copeland 
I. Cousins 

E. H. Cramer 



B. Davis 
G. Downs 
H. Dunning 
N. Earl 

K. Edwards 



A. Finch 
B. Fleming 
M. Freeman 
Ft. Freese 
L. Gage 



E. Gant 

D. Garrison 
R. Gill 

J. Glennie 
H. Glick 



R. Glover 

B. Goodnow 
M. Griffith 
D. Grosse 
N. Hagan 



G. Hall 
H. Hall 

R. Handloser 
W. Hardin 
H. Harris 



S. Haselton 
L. Hatch 
E. Hedden 
R. Heinlein 
B. Hickman 



J. Higgins 
E. Howard 
T. Howell 
H. Howland 
L. Hudson 





G. Huff 
J. Hughes 
R. Hysong 
G. Jackson 

K Jambazian 



C. L. Johnson 
H. Johnson 
B. Jones 
F. Kelley 
D. Kereluik 



R. Kern 
P. Knight 
P. Kurbs 
M. Long 
B. Lowers 



M. McCallum 
F. MacCormick 
K. MacMahon 
D. MacNeil 
B. MacNeill 



D. McSavaney 
W. Mateer 
D. Mellon 
R. Merki 
M. Merritts 



J. Miller 
L. Miller 
P. Miller 

R. Montemuro 
E. Morgan 



H. Mosgrove 
A. Najarian 
F. Oxenford 
H. Pinkston 
E. Potter 



E. Pritchett 
F. Ransom 
A. Ray 

R. Raynes 
E. Reddish 



K, Retter 

K. Richardson 
G. Riggleman 
D. Roberts 

A. Romberger 



W. Rudolph 
S. Rycroft 
J. St. Pierre 
H. Sasao 
R Shaw 



T. Skidmore 
N. Skillings 
A. Smith 
F. Smith 
H. Smith 



R. Sorenson 
B. Stanford 
V. Stanley 
T. Starnes 
R. Steeves 



L. Stiles 
P. Stoner 
C. Stowell 
J. Stratton 
D. Sunberg 



B. Taylor 
R. Taylor 
J. Tebay 
R. Thatcher 
H. Theodoras 





R. Thorpe 
W. Trout 
P. Tustin 
C. Valdez 
W. Voshel! 



J. Watkins 
M. Weaver 
A. Wetmore 
E. Wheeler 
H. White 



J. Williamson 
E. Winget 

W. Woodbridge 
M. Woodcook 
A. Wool 



R. Wooster 

C. Wordsworth 
J. Wyman 
W. Yeager 
J. Young 



GREENBOOK 



FRONT ROW: W. Trout, A. Finch, H. Johnson, H. Dunning, J. Burgess, R. Handloser, E. 
Winget, J. Stratton, B. Burt. SECOND ROW: T. Skidmore, T. Christensen, T. Starnes, J. 
Williamson, Editor; G. Huff, J. Watkins, Business Manager; G. Wetmore, T. Boates. 





SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 

FRONT ROW: M. Hill, I. Styres, M. Hoff, J. Watts, M. Ferguson, B. Goodale, L. Bennett, L. 
Laudermilk, J. Reeves. SECOND ROW: B. Haxton, D. Brice, J. Duncan, J. Bergers, Q. 
Clingerman, J. Anderson, E. Jones, C. Grate, F. Lovejoy. 



HOW NOT TO STUDY 

1 . Hard at it 

2. "I'll just rest my feet" 

3. "This bed is so soft" 

4. z z z z z 




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Though smaller than ever, the acad- 
emy group again enjoyed many good times 
— Tuesday evening club meetings, a Christ- 
mas social at the home of Mrs. Madeline 
Nease, Monday prayer meetings led by 
chaplain Lome MacMillan. Who will forget 
the fun at the annual Merrymount break- 
fast? There was plenty of good food — and 
hearty appetites to take care of the eggs and 
bacon! 

President David Taylor and Vice- 
president Margaret Davidson, under the 
guidance of Mr. Laurence Mullen, faculty 
adviser, led the group this year. 



A C A 



MADELINE NEASE 
Principal 

ELIZABETH DAVIS 
English, Latin 

LAURENCE MULLEN 
Bible History 



RUTH CAMERON 
English, French 

EDWARD DELL 
History, Social Science 

KENNETH YODER 
Algebra 

HESTER SHIELDS 
(Not pictured) 




^HL i ^l feiJl I. f 







B. ANDERSON D. COUTURE R. FERRIOLI M. SMART 



F. WATSON 





B. CASO 



R. DOUSE 



L. MacMILLAN K. STEWART 



R. WHITE 



DEMY 




Underclassmen 

FRONT ROW: S. Truitt, D. Brice. SEC- 
OND ROW: K. Prentice, E. Francis, I. 
Sty res. 




V, . 



Vita 



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Snow Jie the Pai/i oj X/ije 



Student 
Council 




HADLEY SMITH, President 



FRONT ROW: R. Hedden, B. Skidmore, H. Smith, E. Stephey, J. Young. 
SECOND ROW: C. Umstead, B. Caso, F. John, E. Parsons, Prof. Rothwell. 




A glance through the new Student 
Council files reveals that the year was a 
busy one for the group who represented 
E.N.C.'s student body organization. 

The council's project for the year 
was the reconstruction and extension of the 
radio studio. Equipping the council office 
and revising the constitution of the student 
body organization, along with countless 
other "odd jobs," kept the council "on the 
go." 

In order to establish a closer rela- 
tionship between the main student body 
and the council, a bulletin was issued bi- 
monthly, keeping students informed about 
council business. 

Under the enthusiastic leadership of 
Vice-President Emma Stephey, the "Hiram 
and Miranda" fall party, the "open house" 
Christmas party, and the formal spring party 
were socially successful. 



OFFICERS 



HADLEY SMITH 
EMMA STEPHEY 
BECKY SKIDMORE 
ROBERT HEDDEN 
CLAIR UMSTEAD 
FLOYD JOHN 
PAUL BASHAM 
ELAINE PARSONS 
JAMES YOUNG 
BARBARA CASO 
PROF. ROTHWELL 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Chaplain 

Parliamentarian 

Representative 

Representative 

Representative 

Representative 

Faculty Adviser 



Fall Party 



Council in Action 




The 
Nautilus 

1951 




CLAIR UMSTEAD, Bus. Mgr. and 
JOHN BRICKER, Editor 



FRONT ROW: M. Studley, E. Blake, B. Whitney, D. Young, Mr. Schlosser, J. Bricker, C. 
Umstead, E. Smith, E. Hilyard, B. Skidmore. SECOND ROW: C. Brodhead, H. Young, R. 
Parsons, A. Seamans, C. Guscott, R. Hedden, J. Stratton, B. Hickman, J. Gavette, E. Parsons. 




The NAUTILUS office is precisely neat 
now. But somehow the bare desk tops and 
empty files remind us of other days . . . 

First came September conferences, 
meetings of high secretiveness when major 
decisions were made. Soon a surge of can- 
dids, write-ups, and ad contracts flooded the 
office. Rewriters employed red pencils un- 
sparingly; typists pounded away until their 
fingers were numb; the proof-reader fer- 
reted out cliches; the business staff counted 
its pennies closely. 

The Book began to be a personality; 
we coaxed it along and watched it as it 
grew. And even at four a.m. — still typing, 
sorting snapshots, developing film — we 
worked willingly, knowing that the Book 
was your E.N.C., 1951. 

The once-stacked desks are bare 
now; but in each corner of the NAUTILUS 
office lurks a memory. We will always 
treasure the hours spent in making for you 
the 1951 NAUTILUS. 



NAUTILUS STAFF 



JOHN BRICKER 
CLAIR UMSTEAD 
EVANGELINE SMITH 
DONALD YOUNG 
CHARLES HOLMAN 
EVELYN RAMSEY 
BRUCE WHITNEY 
BETTY CHALFANT 
ELAINE PARSONS 
BARBARA HICKMAN 
CHARLES BRODHEAD 
CHARLES GUSCOTT 



Editor-in-Chief 

Business Manager 

Associate Editor (Script) 

Associate Editor (Layout) 

Assistant Business Manager 

Literary Editor 

Photography Editor 

Personality Sketch Editor 

Feature Editor 

Club Editor 

Sports Editor 

Religious Editor 

Statistics Editor 



ROBERT HEDDEN 

EARLE LANDERS, GRACE ODDO, 

ARTHUR SEAMANS, BECKY SKIDMORE 

Assistants to the Editors 
LEONARD JOHNSON Staff Artist 

HOWARD WELLS 

Staff Photographer and Darkroom Technician 
JANICE GAVETTE, ELSIE HILYARD 

Staff Secretaries 
CHRISTINE APPLE, EVELYN BLAKE, 
JOAN STRATTON, MARY STUDLEY Typists 

RONALD PARSONS Advertising Manager 

HAROLD YOUNG 

Assistant Advertising Manager 
MRS. HELEN ROTHWELL Literary Adviser 

C. G. SCHLOSSER Business Adviser 



Clair Umstead and Mr. Blanchard, Printer 



Evangeline Smith, Donald Young and Bruce Whitney 




I 



Campus 
Camera 




ZAVEN DOHANIAN, Editor 



FRONT ROW: E. Parsons, J. Bloye, C. Guscott, D. Stahl, Prof. Spangen- 
berg, Z. Dohanian, H. Young, J. Schlaitzer, B. Whitney, G. Crawford, B. 
Chalfant. SECOND ROW: L. Tokarski, E. Bigelow, M. Pauli, B. Hickman, 
R. Parsons, I. Laird, E. Fliger, R. Hedden, J. Stratton, R. Bruce, C. I_ i i II— 
bridge, R. Takala, H. Johnson. 




Co-sponsoring a current events 
forum, adding new equipment, renovating 
the office, and all the time maintaining a 
strong student voice were achievements of 
the 1950-51 "Campus Camera." 

Active reader interest and participa- 
tion were stimulated by the addition of a 
"Letters to the Editor" column. It enabled 
students to air their views and gripes about 
campus situations — and the "Camera." 

Another new activity was the co- 
sponsoring of a monthly current events 
forum, with the purpose of creating among 
the students a more intelligent reading and 
thinking about world affairs. 

The entire staff worked co-opera- 
tively and diligently to produce a worthy 
addition to the files in the form of Volume 
XXI of the "Campus Camera." 



CAMPUS CAMERA STAFF 

ZAVEN DOHANIAN Editor-in-Chief 

JANET SCHLAITZER 

HAROLD YOUNG Associate Editors 

DONALD STAHL Business Manager 

CHARLES GUSCOTT Circulation Manager 

BETTY CHALFANT, ELAINE PARSONS 

BRUCE WHITNEY Columnists 

EMILY BIGELOW, EDDIE FLIGER, Headline Editors 



Sports Editors 

Associate Sports Editor 

Proof Editor 

Religious Editor 

Feature Editor 



RONALD PARSONS 

RACHEL BRUCE 

RUTH TAKALA 

GLORIA CRAWFORD 

JEAN BLOYE 

CHRISTINE APPLE, RICHARD BARRUETO, 

ROBERT HEDDEN, BARBARA HICKMAN, 

HELEN JOHNSON, IRVING LAIRD, 

WILLIAM MAXWELL, MARIAN PAULI, 

ROBERT SUTTON, LAURA TOKARSKI, 

JOHN WATKINS, JOSEPH WILLIAMSON Reporters 

CHARLOTTE LILLIBRIDGE Secretary 

HOWARD WELLS Photographer 

EVELYN BLAKE, NANCY BRUCE, 

BETTY NORRIS, JOAN STRATTON Typists 

PROF. ALICE SPANGENBERG Faculty Adviser 



anet Schlaitzer, Zaven Dohanian and Harold Young 



Mr. Ralston, Printer, Zaven Dohanian and Donald Stahl 




irk' 




WALTER GRAEFLIN 

Program Director 



WENC 



ROBERT HEDDEN 

Technical Director 



"Be as similar to standard broadcast- 
ing as possible." This, the golden rule of 
WENC, is achieved through four objectives 
— first, to give a practical application of 
academic knowledge in a student program; 
second, to present both educational and en- 
tertaining programs; third, to make worthy 
use of leisure time; fourth, to elevate the 
social, academic, spiritual, and cultural 
standards of E.N.C. 

WENC, in its remodeled studios and 
through its energetic staff, presents seven- 
teen hours of broadcasting weekly. 



FRONT ROW: P. San- 
born, G. Crawford, E. 
Hilyard, R. Hedden, W. 
Graeflin, J. Stratton, B. 
Norris, E. Winget. SEC- 
OND ROW: A. Oddo, J. 
Sabean, H. Young, A. 
Seamans, AA. Clark, J. 
Watkins, W. Winget, H. 
Rogers, S. Blachly. 




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DELTA 



The "old-salts" rallied the second 
largest number of freshmen to sign at the 
Delta Wharf. 

The get-in-there-and-flght spirit did 
not win all the games for the Delta lads and 
lassies; nevertheless it gave them a year of 
plucky sportsmanship. A dash of color was 
added to the games by the cheerleaders' 
new jackets. 

Down, down, down to the land of 
seaweed and mermaids, the Deltas led 
E.N.C.-ers to Davy Jones' deep sea locker 
on program night. 

In the spring, the Delta-Zeta boat 
took campus landlubbers away out into the 
ocean as a gay finale to the college year. 

"In all thy ways acknowledge Him" 
— was the mood of the Delta prayer meet- 
ings. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Metcalfe, Chap.; F. John, Pres. ; D. Young, V. Pres.; M. Freeman, Sec; 
R. Hedden, Treas. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Guscott, Treas.; E. Hilyard, V. Pres.: H. Rich, Chap.; M. Davidson, Sec.; 
W. Mikulec, Pres. 



This year the blue ribbon society 
showed its colors. 

The Bluebirds tied with the Sigmas 
for the football championship. Convinced 
that to be a Kappa is to be something spe- 
cial, the team distinguished itself on the 
shiny new gym floor. 

Ever patriotic to society and country, 
the Kappas sang in a panorama of American 
sectional history. 

The winter outing was all sport for 
the active Kappas. 

Beginning by "Dutching" the Fresh- 
men at the blue and white windmill, the 
Kappas have seen a year marked by suc- 
cess — in sports, fun, and prayer meetings. 



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SIGMAS 



"Plenty of surprises with the Sig- 
mas." Smiling Sam had the most new stu- 
dents at his Jack-in-the-box. 

Every Sigma was busy throughout 
the year — that's Sigma policy. 

The Sams tied with the Kappas in the 
pigskin fight and the Sals kept pace by win- 
ning the volleyball championship. 

Memorable moments were the initial 
appearance of the enthusiastic cheerleaders, 
pepped up by new outfits and catchy yells; 
and the surprise showing of the fellows' 
new basketball uniforms. 

The prayer meetings in the church 
"L" were lively and varied with a large turn- 
out of society members. Another year the 
Sigma organization has been everyman's 
society. 



FRONT ROW (Seated): AA. Wallace, Sec.; G. Oddo, V. Pres. SECOND ROW (Standing): 
Prof. Smith, Adviser; D. Cubie, Chap.; W. Parks, Pres.; A. Oddo, Treas. 






LEFT TO RIGHT: Prof. Dixon, Adviser; B. Whitney, Pari.; J. Gavette, Sec.; W. Wallace, 
Pres.; T. Fry, V. Pres. 



The Brahmins of the campus fell 
from their first estate this year. But the 
champion zest is still in the green and gold. 

"The Greatest Society on Earth" at- 
tracted a score of hardy Freshmen to the 
"big top." The new blood gave the Zetas 
a loud cheering section — something new. 

Popular music — or classical? Berlin 
or Brahms? The Zetas tried to improve cam- 
pus taste in their unique musical program. 

Despite frequent trips to the rail, the 
Zetas agreed enthusiastically that their 
spring boat excursion was a never-to-be- 
forgotten experience. 

Interest in the society prayer meet- 
ing mounted during the year to help the 
spiritual tone of the Zetas. 

The Zetas have shown they can lose 
games without losing their natural royalty. 

ZETAS 




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DEAN MUNRO 



Honor 
Society 



Personal thanks from the Dean of 
the College to the students whose names 
appear on the Dean's Honor List. The Dean, 
so they say, is "the person who tries to make 
the college, scholastically speaking, half as 
good as the President says it is!" These stu- 
dents help her. 

Thanks, too, from the college. For 
the college also has its responsibility, to 
uphold educational standards at the level 
sanctioned by accrediting associations 
throughout the country. These students 
help. And thanks from every E.N.C. student 
who takes pride in attending an accredited 
college. These make it possible to offer 
courses of standard quality. 

They have not asked our thanks; we 
believe they have looked higher. We know 
them pretty well. They are, in the main, 
young people who have taken seriously the 
obligation of two — or five — talent stew- 
ardship, and have resolved to love God with 
all their minds. They will not give Him for 
His use 50 r ' or even 75' < of the man or 
woman they can be — they will give 100 f f. 



FRONT ROW: C. Shat- 
tuck, M. Wallace, E. 
Ramsey, E. Bigelow, V.- 
Pres., Dean Munro, W. 
Winget, Pres., L. And- 
rews, Sec.-Treas., F. 
Dodson, E. Gardner, E. 
Smith. SECOND ROW: 
A. Lawhead, J. Knepper, 
F. John, D. Young, E. 
Fliger, B. Whitney, H. 
Rich, G. Crawford, B. 
Najarian. 





FRONT ROW: E. Hicks, 
B. Hickman, Sec, B. 
Skidmore, V.-Pres., Prof. 
Spangenberg, Dean 
Munro, B. Chalfant, 
Pres., E. Smith, R. Takala. 
SECOND ROW: J. Brake, 
M. MacLeod, V. Eshle- 
man, D. Shene, G. 
Crawford, A. Peabody, 
I. Cogh ill, J. Schlaitzer, 
J. Durkee, E. Henck. 
THIRD ROW: M. Dol- 
linger, R. Ballard, A. 
Pyne, J. Houghtaling, R. 
Dill, A. Seamans, D. 
Cubie, I. Montgomery. 



Literature Club 



Ezra Pound or Edgar Guest? Modern poetry or modern verse? 

The Literature Club sought to appreciate the best in current writings 
under the leadership of Betty Chalfant, president; and Evangeline Smith, 
program chairman. 

Keeping the bulletin board filled with timely articles and conduct- 
ing a tour of local literary shrines were activities enjoyed by the group. 



Music Club 



Flute duets and piano selections from Chopin introduced the 
musical ability of new members at the talent program. 

The "Bachs" and "Haydns" strove to encourage an appreciation of 
good music at E.N.C. 

High-lighting the year's activities was an evening program given 
by Mrs. F. Addison Porter, wife of the composer of several New England 
Conservatory piano books used at E.N.C, and former instructor of Profes- 
sor Edith Cove, who was a Conservatory student. 



FRONT ROW: J. Wat- 
kins, T. Starnes, E. Bige- 
low, V.-Pres., Prof. 
Cove, A. Washburn, 
Pres., L. Cummings, Sec- 
Treas., Mrs. Marple, L. 
MacMillan, G. McFall. 
SECOND ROW: E. Good- 
now, M. Freeman, K. 
Richardson, P. Ash, H. 
Dunning, N. Hedden, E. 
Winget, F. Smith, J. 
Bloye, J. Miller, M. 
Long. THIRD ROW: J. 
Burgess, S. Betts, J. St. 
Pierre, Ruth Freese, R. 
Bradley, H. Pinkston, E. 
Morgan, Myron Bigelow, 
B. Simmons, M. Larsen, 
B. Jones, K. Prentice. 








FRONT ROW: C. Urn- 
stead, R. Hutcheon, J. 
Theodore, J. Bruce, V. 
Pres., B. Croucher, Sec- 
Treas., B. Grosse, Pres., 
Z. Dohanian, L. Prosperi, 
F. John. SECOND ROW: 
O. Woodward, H. Pink- 
ston, H. Rich, L. John- 
son, AA. Clemmons, D. 
White, J. Sabean, Prof. 
Rothwell. THIRD ROW: 
W. Wallace, R. Hood, N. 
fmith, J. Caldwell, E. 
Fliger, W. Winget, W. 
Variai, R. Heddan. 



Bowne Philosophical Society 

To learn truth, live truth, and speak truth is the motto of the modern 
Platos and Aristotles in the society. 

To help discover principles of correct thinking about life's true 
values, club members presented meditation reports on religion and 
philosophy. 

At one of the meetings, Professor George Delp spoke on the rela- 
tion of the church to philosophy in history. 



FRONT ROW: D. Arm- 
strong, F. Kelley, D. 
Grosse, B. Y e a g e r, 
Treas., M. Clark, Pres., 
Dr. Groves, M. Musnug, 
V.-Pres., E. Meyer, Sec, 
C. Young, P. Brown 
SECOND ROW: G 
Phipps, B. Elliott, B 
Norris, L. Mullen, J 
Wetzel, L. Anderson, B 
Flewelling, I 
Bryan, M. F 
THIRD ROW: 
C. Hersey, E. 
lis, P. Knight, 



Feil, M. 
Kline, J. 
Williams. 
N. Earl, 
Cliff, N. 
I. Laird, 
Caswell, 
Cliff, P. 
born. 



H. Rickey, Q. 
D. Daisey, I. 
Keith, P. San- 



Psychology Club 



In connection with a study of abnormal individuals, the club 
sponsored a trip to the state mental institution at Danvers, after which 
members reported on different patients whom they had visited in the clinic. 

As a special speaker for the club, an E.N.C. graduate now teaching 
in a Quincy elementary school presented typical psychological problems 
of second-grade children. 





FRONT ROW: B. Taylor, 
E. Landers, Chap., V. 
Bailley, C. Holman, Sec, 
C. Gonzalez, Pres., Mrs. 
Rothwell, R. Barrueto, 
V.-Pres., H. Young, 
Treas., C. Valdez. SEC- 
OND ROW: M. E. Bur- 
den, R. Handloser, AA. 
Carnobas, C. Sawyer, S. 
Chase, D. Mellon, M. 
A. Finch, W. 
M. Engstrom. 
ROW: C. Lilli- 
T. Roberts, D. 



Weaver, 
Trout 
THIRD 
bridge, 
Tustin, D. 
Harding, E 
"Vuey, D 



Hennen, 
Pearsall, 
Davis, 



D. 
M. 
G. 



Couchenour, S. Morales. 



Las Estrellas 



Senors and senoritas corresponded with Latin American pen pals 
this year through the co-operation of three Guatemalans and a Puerto 
Rican in the club. 

Among other activities, members viewed a film entitled "South of 
the Sun," which showed the habits and customs of our friends across the 
border. 

Leading Las Estrellas were two Spanish-speaking students, Carmen 
Gonzalez, president; and Ricardo Barrueto, vice-president. 



Astronomy Society 



FRONT ROW: A. Cubie, 
H. Schindler, L. Cum- 
mings, H. Bye, V.-Pres., 
J. Forquer, Sec. -Treas., 
Dr. Shrader, R. Jackson, 
Pres., B. Herrington. 
SECOND ROW: I. Mont- 
gomery, R. Ballard, K. 
Clingerman, A. Oddo, E. 
Gant, H. Edgington, J. 
Baker, D. Kereluik, H. 
Dunning, L. Spinney. 
THIRD ROW: J. Hough- 
taling, A. Seamans, A. 
McCurdy, J. Glennie, N. 
MacPherson, D. Harding, 
D. Lantz, H. Rogers, J. 
Hughes, R. Barrueto, J. 
Moore. 



North Star or Dog Star? 

E.N.C.'s newest club was organized this year in order to further 
the knowledge of those interested in the sciences immediately related to 
the celestial universe. 

Among other activities, the society attended various lectures at Har- 
vard University, observed phases of the lunar eclipse, and studied the 
outstanding constellations in our solar system. 





Future Teachers of America 

At the Christmas party, class was called to attention by a typical 
schoolmarm in a country schoolhouse. "Pupils" traveling from AAunro hall 
warmed themselves in front of the pot-bellied stove. 

The Future Teachers was the first group to see Professor Dixon's 
slides of National Parks in the West. 

Special interest in promoting a closer friendship among teachers 
led the club, as a project for this year, to form an organization of E.N.C. 
graduates now teaching. 



FRONT ROW: B. Feil, M. 
Carnobas, W. Trout, A. 
Finch, E. Hicks, J. 
Adams, Chap., C. Young, 
Treas., Dr. Groves, Prof. 
Parsons, L. Anderson, 
Pres., E. Parsons, V.- 
Pres., V. Masters, Sec, 
L. Tokarski, A. Calhoun, 
AA. Musnug. SECOND 
ROW: L. Cummings, E. 
Takala, R. Takala, E. 
Henck, M. F. Williams, 
H. Schindler, L. Wagner, 
G. Phipps, M. MacLeod, 
V. Eshleman, A. Pea- 
body, R. Specht, I. Mont- 
gomery, M. R. Oney, M. 
Myers, M. Tyler, J. 
Moore, R. Oxley, P. Mac- 
Pherson, E. Hilyard. G. 
Brackets. THIRD ROW: 
E. Gardner, F. Kelley, B. 
Herrington, J. Durkee, 
M. Remmy, P. Keith, B. 
Hickman, E. Sardella, G. 
Rice, R. Gill, M. Staples, 
V. Morse, H. Shelley, B. 
Elliott, A. Washburn, M. 
Pauli. 



Biology Association 



FRONT ROW: B. Stan- 
ford, T. Fry, G. Oddo, 
H. Schindler, Sec. -Treas., 
W. Erbe, V.-Pres., K. 
Clingerman, Pres., E. 
Esselstyn, Lib., A. Cal- 
houn, S. Haselton, E. 
Hilyard. SECOND ROW: 
E. Gardner, M. Kemner, 
M. R. Oney, E. Tikasingh, 
M. Eto, R. Janacek, A. 
Pyne, H. Brake, J. Doro- 
thy, B. Gardner, G. 
Thomas, A. Esselstyn. 
THIRD ROW: C. Brod- 
head, D. Alexander, I. 
Laird, D. Wise, R. Hutch- 
inson, L. Jewett, D. 
MacNeil, P. Miller, R. 
Parsons, H. Pinkston, R. 
Sever. 



An arrangement of cattails, fall leaves, and various moss-grasses 
won first prize in the centerpiece contest conducted by the club. Natural 
specimens were gathered from AAerrymount Park in connection with the 
association's purpose to cultivate a deeper appreciation of nature. 

Making anatomical and botanical charts was a project of the club. 




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FRONT ROW: A. Oddo, 
P. Sanborn. SECOND 
ROW: T. Skidmore, G. 
Riggleman, R. Sever. 



Societas Prae-Medica 



Purposing to acquaint themselves with the nature and problems of 
medical training, the pre-medical students viewed films on surgery and 
listened to an interesting discussion on public health. 

Early in the year two local physicians presented a review on the 
pro's and con's of socialized medicine. 

E.N.C.'s nurse, Ruby Friend, and her assistant efficiently directed 
the activities of the club this year. 



FRONT ROW: E. Ram- 
sey, Sec.; A. Esselstyn, 
Pres.; Prof. Hunting. 
SECOND ROW: A. Cal- 
houn, A. Cronin. THIRD 
ROW: G. Jambazian, R. 
Merki, E. Howard, R. 
Loveless, R. Barrueto, T. 
Skidmore. 



Chemistry Club 



Especially desirous of gratifying their interest in chemistry as a 
science and an industry, students visited the food research "labs" at the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Monsanto Chemical Company, 
and the Lowell Institute. 

Lectures and discussions for the benefit of the group were con- 
ducted at M. I. T. by a branch of the American Chemical Association, at 
which time members saw a cyclotron. 



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Rover Crew 



"Be prepared" — 

Following a program of scout leadership, the "Rovers" camped in 
the Blue Hills, practiced scout skills, and learned first aid. 

Several crew members served as counselors for a Boy Scout troop 
that camped overnight at AAerrymount Park. 

In the spring the group toured Quincy and Wollaston Bays under 
the direction of a local Sea Scout troop. 



House Council 



FRONT ROW: H. Brake, 
A. Pyne, C. Brodhead, 
A. Oddo, Prof. Babcock, 
K. Clingerman, H. Ro- 
gers, E. Gant, H. Pink- 
ston. SECOND ROW: J. 
Alien, W. Becker, R. 
Sever, I. Laird, Q. 
Clingerman, A. Sea- 
mans, R. Janacek, R. 
Parsons, D. White, H. 
Young, M. Eto. 



If candy consumed is an indication of success, Open House 1950 
could not be surpassed. The new Dug-out and men's prayer room were 
again inspected by many admiring visitors. 

What was announced as a "meeting of all girls in the parlor" turned 
out to be a Halloween party, complete with jack-o'-lanterns and spine- 
tingling spooks. 

Capably supervising these activities, as well as maintaining quiet 
study hours and arranging after-dinner prayer meetings, was President 
Viola Eshleman. 



FRONT ROW: Z. Dohan- 
ian, R. Grosse, L. And- 
erson, V.-Pres., V. Eshle- 
man, Pres., E. Henck, 
Sec.-Treas., G. Phipps, 
V. Masters. SECOND 
ROW: L. Bailey, C. Gon- 
zalez, D. Davis, AA. 
Bruey, I. Cliff, G. Young, 
AA. Tyler. 





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A Cappella Choir 



In practice and in performance, the A Cappella choir sang unto the 
Lord with heartfelt earnestness as well as musical correctness. 

High-lighting a full year were the presentations of Handel's 
"Messiah" and the 3000-mile tour of the Eastern Educational Zone in the 
spring. 

The choir was more than repaid for its hours of persevering prac- 
tice by the warm responses accorded them by attentive audiences. 



FRONT ROW: E. Smith, 
A. Watts, P. Ash, B. 
Jones, D. Grosse, B. Feil, 
G. Oddo, H. Johnson, R. 
Friend, M. Tyler. SEC- 
OND ROW: Prof. Wil- 
liamson, A. Washburn, 
C. Lillibridge, T. Fry, D. 
Shene, L. Anderson, 
Sec.-Treas., M. Freeman, 
L. Bailey. THIRD ROW: 
T. Roberts, V. Eshleman, 
W. Graeflin, Z. Dohan- 
ian, R. Clark, W. Win- 
get, H. Wells, M. Grif- 
fith, R. Kelley, R. Mont- 
gomery, C. Brodhead. 
FOURTH ROW: R. 
Grosse, Bus. AAgr., Q. 
Caswell, Pres., R. Hed- 
den, E. Pearsall, Lib., H. 
Smith, D. Stahl, M. Clark, 
W. Wallace, C. Guscott. 



Meistersingers 



FRONT ROW: B. Hick- 
man, Sec.-Treas., M. 
Carnobas, M. Smart, R. 
White, J. Durkee, I. 
Montgomery, S. Chase, 
E. Winget, B. Skidmore, 
L. Tokarski, F. Smith, D. 
Armstrong, B. Chalfant, 
M. Pauli. SECOND ROW: 
Prof. Williamson, B. El- 
liott, D. Davis, G. Craw- 
ford, D. Daisey, Lib., H. 
Brake, D. White, Lib., E. 
Morgan, J. Baker, Pres., 
E. Sardella, R. Bradley, 
A. Pearsall, E. Meyer, 
H. Dunning, J. Wetzel, 
H. Theodoras. THIRD 
ROW: H. Stetson, T. 
Skidmore, T. Boates, I. 
Laird, N. MacPherson, 
Sec.-Treas., D. Harding, 
J. Glennie, J. Young, R. 
Sorensen, R. Gill, H. 
Rogers, A. Pyne, T. 
Starnes, A. Oddo, V.- 
Pres., S. Blachly. 



"With my song will I praise Him." 

True believers in these words of the Psalmist, the Meistersingers 
assisted in the two presentations of excerpts from Handel's "Messiah," and 
gave a spring recital. 

"Almighty God, Who hast given us Grace" and "Sanctus," selec- 
tions given in the spring performance, will be remembered by all who 
attended. 





College Orchestra 

"Maestro" Greg Larkin led his twenty 
orchestra members in one of E.N.C.'s most active 
musical years. 

This organization presented two concerts, 
in the fall and spring, besides appearing in the 
"Messiah" and the commencement exercises. 

In the practice sessions the members had 
an incentive for work, as in each section of the 
orchestra there was competition for "first chair." 




' ftd:3 
GREG LARKIN 
Director 





1. Kiddie on car. 

2. Just coaching? 

3. Ice Follies. 

4. Grid gal. 

5. Hiding out. 

6. Boo! 

7. Gulp! 

8. Mail out yet? 

9. " 'Twas the night 

before Christ- 
mas . . ." 

10. Bulletin bored. 

1 1 . Bewitched, both- 

ered and bewild- 
ered. 

12. Potatoes? 

13. Who's ra kin' in 

whom? 

14. Hard up? 

15. Heap big chief 

16. Depression daze. 

1 7. "Whatcha' think- 

in'?" 




Blue 



Hills 



Situated on a wooded slope over- 
looking the Ponkapog Pond, stands a group 
of rustic log buildings which are familiarly 
known as E.N.C.'s Blue Hills Camp. The 
purpose of the camp is twofold. First, it 
serves as an adult field training center for 
young men from the college and Quincy 
who wish to become scoutmasters. Second, 
the camp serves as a field station, labora- 
tory, and rendezvous for biology field trips. 

The Blue Hills area is an ideal out- 
door laboratory, for within a relatively small 
location it contains about eighty-five per cent 
of the ecological conditions to be found in 
this latitude. Permission has been obtained 
from the Metropolitan District Police to 
make collections of animals and plants in 
this area. 

In the past two years students have 
built a log trail across the bog in order to 
further their study and observations. The 
most recent development has been an out- 
door fire circle with a large stone fireplace, 
speaker's platform, and log bleachers built 
into the ascending slope. This is used for 
outdoor classrooms as well as scout camp- 
fire programs. Occasionally faculty groups, 
scout councils and biology associations enjoy 
an evening of fellowship and food in the 
great out-of-doors. 



The tutorial groups are organized in 
an effort to promote informal discussions 
under the careful supervision of upper- 
classmen and to supplement the large lec- 
ture session. Each student is encouraged to 
express his own opinions and views. 



Individual work in the laboratory, 
supplementing the formal class lecture 
enables each student to put into practice 
the theories which he has learned. 



Many lower division courses are 
conducted as formal lecture sessions, deal- 
ing with the basic principles involved in the 
study of the subject under consideration. 



Small informal classes which charac- 
terize upper division study provide invalu- 
able personal attention to the needs and 
problems of each individual student. 



Class 
Feature 





"N Club" 



After three semesters of steady, out- 
standing display of athletic ability and 
sportsmanship, one may reach the zenith of 
athletic honor at E.N.C. and be elected to 
the "N" club. 

However, the "N" club is far more 
than an athletic honor society; it represents 
the guiding, sponsoring force behind all 
society sports. 

Each year the "N" club chooses a 
worthwhile project for the advancement of 
the athletic program at E.N.C. This year, 
under the able counseling of Professor J. R. 
Naylor and President Russell Bailey, the "N" 
club in conjunction with the college pur- 
chased a much-needed electric combination 
time-clock and scoreboard. This addition 
has been a major step in facilitating the 
sports program at E.N.C. 



FRONT ROW: V. Bailley, A. Watts, R. Friend, Prof. Naylor, Adviser; R. Bailey, Pres.; E. 
Smith, L. Bailey. SECOND ROW: H. Schindier, C. Brodhead, N. Beach, J. Gardner, W. 
Varian, H. Rickey, F. John, M. Pauli, E. Parsons, C. Umstead, E. Gardner. 




DELTA 

LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Dora* 
thy, J. Miller, S. Hasel- 
teitf M. Tyler. ; 





DELTA 



FRONT ROW: M. McCal- 
lum, R. Glover, M. Clark. 
SECOND ROW: F. John, 
G. Hornberger, R. Met- 
calfe, Capt., H. Glick, E. 
Potter. 



COLLEGE 



KAPPA 

FRONT ROW: D. Lantz, 
R. Parsons, C. Umstead, 
A. Pearsall. SECOND 
ROW: F. Gery, Capt., H. 
Young, F. Ketner, H. 
Rickey, R. Loveless, C. 
Hersey, Co-ordinator. 





SIGMA 



FRONT ROW: G. Bryner, 
W. Varian, C. Brodhead, 
G. Rice, T. Starnes, P. 
Knight. SECOND ROW: 
H. Long, Coordinator, 
G. Hornberger, R. Gill, 
R. Sorensen, H. Rogers. 



FOOTBALL 



ZETA 



FRONT ROW: F. Ransom, 
K. MacMahon. SECOND 
ROW: R. Bailey, Capt., 
K. Retter, H. Pinkston, 
M. Clemmons. 





DELTA 



FRONT ROW: M. Long, 
A. Watts, B. Fleming, L 
Bailey. SECOND ROW: 
D. Austin, B. Hickman, 
J. Dorothy, M. Pauli. 



COLLEGE 



KAPPA 



FRONT ROW: E. Gard- 
ner, R. Oxley, H. Schind- 
ler. SECOND ROW: M. 
Meredith, E. Parsons, P. 
Keith, M. Smart. 





SIGMA 



FRONT ROW: J. Stratton, 
R. Bruce, S. Truitt. SEC- 
OND ROW: N. Beach, R. 
Friend, J. Burgess. 



VOLLEYBALL 



ZETA 



FRONT ROW: M. Carno- 
bas, H. Dunning, P. 
Myers. SECOND ROW: 
I. Montgomery, G. 
Crawford, P. Sanborn. 





DELTA 

FRONT ROW: M. Long, 
A. Watts, B. Fleming, L. 
Bailey. SECOND ROW: 
D. Austin, B. Hickman, 
J. Dorothy, M. Pauli. 



COLLEGE 



KAPPA 

FRONT ROW: E. Gard- 
ner, R. Oxley, M. Smart. 
SECOND ROW: H. Mere- 
dith, E. Parsons, P. Keith, 
H. Schindler. 





SIGMA 



FRONT ROW: J. Wetzel, 
R. Bruce, S. Truitt. SEC- 
OND ROW: J. Burgess, 
N. Beach, R. Friend, J. 
Stratton. 



BASKETBALL 



ZETA 



FRONT ROW: I. Mont- 
gomery, M. Carnobas, H. 
Dunning, P. Myers. SEC- 
OND ROW: E. Francis, 
T. Roberts, G. Crawford, 
P. Sanborn. 




u 




DELTA 

FRONT ROW: M. Clark, 
F. DeBar. 

SECOND ROW: F. John, 
D. Young, A. Pyne. 



COLLEGE 



r a 



KAPPA 

FRONT ROW: D. Mc- 
Savaney, R. Parsons. 

SECOND ROW: H. Rick- 
ey, J. Glennie, F. Gery, 
M. Bigelow. 





SIGMA 

FRONT ROW: C. Brod- 
head, T. Starnes, G. 
Hornberger, G. Riggle- 
man, G. Bryner. 

SECOND ROW: W. Sloan, 
W. Varian, J. Young, E. 
Cramer, G. Thome, H. 
Long. 



BASKETBALL 



ZETA 

FRONT ROW: R. Hein- 
lein, T. Christensen. 

SECOND ROW: J. Gard- 
ner, J. Albert, M. Clem- 
mons, R. Montemuro 







-m/- 



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ALL STAR 



The outstanding events of the season 
for the 1951 All Star teams were two games 
with Gordon College. 

In the first fellows' game, on E.N.C.'s 
newly refinished court, the Gordon sharp- 
shooters defeated E.N.C. 60-37. Recogniz- 
ing the need for more practice together, 
Coach Steve Nease put the teams through 
the paces in preparation for the second 
game on Gordon's home court. However, 
the lack of regular outside competition once 
again proved to be the Red and White's 
downfall as Gordon snuffed out E.N.C.'s 
high hopes by a 52-40 score. 



The E.N.C. girls also took it on the 
chin in both games, losing them 44-14 and 
30-13 respectively. 



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BASKETBALL 



1. JERRY ALBERT 

2. MILTON CLARK 

3. MAXWELL CLEMMONS 

4. FRANK DeBAR 

5. FRANK GERY 

6. RICHARD HEINLEIN 

7. FRANCIS KETNER 

8. DAVID McSAVANEY 

9. EDWARD POTTER 

10. HOWARD RICKEY 

1 1 . THOMAS STARNES 

12. WILLIAM VARIAN 



Guard 

Center 

Forward 

Forward 

Center 

Center 

Guard 

Forward 

Guard 

Guard 

Forward 

Forward 








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TO THE FAITHFUL CHURCH CONSTITUENCY 

who by their sure support have helped make possible 
an outstanding NAUTILUS for '51 . . . 



TO THE COMMERCIAL CONCERNS whose 
generous response indicated a spirit of co-operative 
good-will . . . 



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Index to Advertisers 



Akron District 


149 


Hagerstown 


Akron First 


153 


Hamilton 


Albany District 


160 


Hamre, John, & Son 


Allentown 


158 


Harding Welding Co., Inc 


Alliance 


156 


Harris Co. 


Antonelli Iron Works 


184 


Harvard Studio 


Arlington Street, Akron 


153 


Hendrie's 
Hicks & Hodges 


B 




Hollywood 

Hood, H. P., & Sons 


Babson's Reports, Inc. 


175 


Howard Johnson's 


Baltimore 


148 




Barberton 


156 


j 


Bath 


136 




Bel Air 


143 




Bethlehem 


141 


Jamestown 
Jefferson 


Blacker & Shepard Lumber Corp 


174 


Blanchard, Paul K., Inc. 


193 




Bloomsburg 


145 


K 


Bolton-Smart Co., Inc. 


172 




Bradford 


158 


Kappa Society 


Butler, N. J. 


163 


Karl's Auto Body Repair 
Kenmore, Akron 


C 




Kingston 


Camden 


144 




Canadian Students 


164 


L 


Canton First 


155 




Carriker 


174 


Lahue, W. C, Inc. 


Christian Youth 


165 


Lansdale 


Circleville 


158 


Lisbon 


Cleveland First 


150 


Livermore Falls 


Coca-Cola 


183 


Lowell 


College Bookstore 


172 


Lynn 


Collingdale 


148 




Columbiana 


151 


M 



Deepwater 
Delta Society 
Deware Brothers 
Dover 
Dugout 



Eastern Nazarene College 

East Liverpool 

East Palestine 

Eastport 

East Rockaway 

Elmira 

Enterprise Stores 

Erie 

Everett 



144 
170 
173 
163 

171 



168 
152 
155 
143 
167 
161 
182 
159 
137 



AAacFarland's Hardware 

Maiden 

Manche'ter 

Marine Biological Laboratory 

Maritime District 

Massachusetts Heating Corp. 

Medical Dept., E.N.C. 

Me I rose 

Metherall & McCausland 

N 

Nazarene Publishing House 

New Bedford 

New Castle 

New England Altar Co. 

New England District 

New Haven 

New Milford 

New York District 

Niagara Falls 

Norristown 



Gallagher, John J., Inc. 


179 


North Qu 


Gorman's Jewelry 


183 




Grace Church, Toronto 


166 




Granite Chevrolet 


179 




Greenhouse, E.N.C. 


188 


Orbisonia 


Grossman & Sons, Inc. 


186 


Ottawa 


Grove City 


159 


Owego 



148 
165 
186 
175 
174 
192 
182 
177 
147 
180 
183 



139 
155 



169 
182 
151 
163 



187 
144 
146 
136 
138 
165 



179 
139 
134 
177 
166 
188 
184 
136 
177 



176 
137 
167 
184 
133 
134 
163 
162 
139 
147 
179 



143 
166 
164 



Painesville 156 

Patterson's Flower Store 186 

Pawtucket 156 

Paxtonia 146 
Pemberton, Norman W., Inc. 188 

Pine Glen 164 

Pittsburgh District 157 

Portland 138 

Providence People's 136 



Remick's 182 

Richmond Hill 162 

Rio Grande 141 

Rival Foods, Inc. 191 

Roberts Engraving Co. 185 

Royersford 141 



Salem 

Salisbury 

Schenectady 

Sears Roebuck Co. 

Sexton Quality Foods 

Sheppard's 

Sigma Society 

Skowhegan 

South Portland 

Sponsorships 

St. Clair 

Standard Bottling Co. 

Syracuse 



Toronto First 
Trenton 



156 
141 
161 
175 
186 
178 
170 
137 
138 
189-191 
165 
184 
161 



166 
147 



Uhrichsville 



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Waltham 

Warren First, Ohio 

Warren, Penna. 

Washington 

Washington-Philadelphia District 

Webster-Thomas Co. 

Welch's Camera Center 

West Chester 

West Grove 

West Somerville 

Weymouth Gazette 

Whittemore 

Wilkinsburg 

Wollaston 

Wollaston Tailor & Cleanser 



153 



159 

154 

159 

142 

140 

180 

180 

144 

146 

134 

184 

181 

164 

135 

174 



Youngstown 



Zeta Society 



151 



169 



NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

Will back, with prayer and faith, 

The Class of '51 

as it embarks upon the stormy sea of life 

in our confused world. 



ADVISORY BOARD 

J. Glenn Gould 

H. Blair Ward 

Wesley A. Angell 

Herbert H. Pyne, 
Secretary 

Richard E. Howard, 
Treasurer 




Church Schools 
Robert E. Rundlett 

N. Y. P. S. 
William A. Taylor 

W. F. M. S. 
Ann K. Stead 

Junior Director 
Mildred Maybury 



j. C. ALJtmlGHT 

District S uperintendent 



ANNUAL GATHERINGS 

W. F. M. S. Convention Wollaston, June 18-19 

District Assembly Wollaston, June 20-22 

Camp Meeting North Reading, June 29-July 8 

N. Y. P. S. Institute North Reading, August 20-25 

Labor Day Camp North Reading, August 31-September -3 

"Come Thou With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." 



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"Proclaiming the Good News of the 
Kindom." 

• A Church with a world-wide program. 



• Celebrating our golden anniversary 
this year. 

• Greetings to the mid-century class of 
E.N.C. 

• When in the Boston area, worship 
with us. 




JOHN B. NIELSON 
Pastor 



WEST SOMERVILLE 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

(organized February 26, 1901) 
Elm St., at Cutter Square, Somerville, Mass. 




NEW HAVEN 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




Manchester, Conn. 


Congratulations ! 
To the Class of 1951 


JAMES R. BELL, Pastor 


Church Location: 


Congratulations Class of '51 


79 Lawrence Street 




New Haven, Connecticut 






"Hats Off to the Past - 


Parsonage Location: 




136 Helen Street 


Coats Off to the Future" 


Hamden, Connecticut 





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Uollaaton QJljurclj nf tljc Nazatene 

37 EAST ELM AVENUE, WOLLASTON, MASSACHUSETTS 





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J. Glenn Gould, D.D., Pastor 
Greg Larkin, Minister of Music 

— Providing — 

A Church Home for E. N. C. Students 

A Home Church for Wollastonians 

An Evangelistic Center for the South Shore 



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MELROSE 

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Green and Short Streets 
Melrose, Mass. 

God Bless You . . . Glass of 51 

To All the Students at E.N.C. We Extend a Cordial Invitation 

To Worship With Us. 

R. E. HOWARD, Paster 





Christian Greetings from 


Congratulations . . . 






PEOPLES 


THE FIRST 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CHURCH of the NAZARENE 


C^ 


653 Washington St. 


w 


Bath, Maine 


K^9 




A. LEWIS PAYNE, Minister 




271 Ohio Avenue 




Telephone: HOpkins 1-5848 


CURTIS L. STANLEY, Pastor 


Lifting up the Standard of 
"HOLINESS UNTO THE LORD" 


Parsonage: 77 Russell Street 


Since 1887 


Telephone 1021 


Ashmont and Plain Streets 


Providence, Rhode Island 



Congratulations to Graduating 
Class of '51 

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Livermore Falls, Maine 

AUSTIN H. WRIGHT, Pastor 
A Friendly Church ... A Saving Message 



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New Bedford 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

a 
Spruce n Smith Sts. 
d 

PARSONAGE 62 State St. 

Dial 7-9545 

SUNDAY SERVICES 

Bible School 10:00 A.M. 

Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:00 P.M. 

Evening Worship 7:00 P.M. 

Prayer Meeting, Thursday 7:30 P.M. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO AND GOD'S BLESSINGS ON 
THE CLASS OF '51 

While Vacationing on Cape Cod Plan to Worship With Us 
A FREEDOM-LOVING CHURCH IN A FRIENDLY CITY 



J. W. TURPEL 

Pastor 

Class of '16 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1951 ! 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

10 Church St. 
EVERETT, MASS. 



RICHARD S. TAYLOR, Pastor 
For Christ and Holiness 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Cor. North Ave. and Leavitt Street 

SKOWHEGAN, MAINE 

"Ever Loyal to Eastern Nazarene College" 

SUNDAYS: 

Church School 10:00 A.M. 

Devotional Service 11:00 A.M. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:30 P.M. 

Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M. 

WEDNESDAYS: 
Prayer and Praise 7:30 P.M. 

"When in America's Vacationland 
Worship With the Skowheganders" 

ERNEST R. BRADLEY, Pastor 

135 Main Street 

Phone: Skowhegan 957 



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COMPLIMENTS 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



First Church 
Lowell, Mass. 



R. N. RAYCROFT, Pastor 

Parsonage, 247 Beacon Street 

Telephone 2-9342 



Compliments of 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

475 Brighton Avenue 
Portland, Maine 



SUNDAYS: 




Sunday School 


10:00 A.M 


Morning Worship 


11:00 A.M 


Young People's Meeting 


6:00 P.M 


Evangelistic Service 


7:00 P.M 


WEDNESDAYS: 




Prayer Meeting 


7:30 P.M 


W. F. M. S. Every Third Friday 


7:30 P.M 



D. WARD ALBRIGHT, Pastor 

10 Fleetwood Street 

Telephone 2-0215 



'That in all things He might have the pre-eminence." Colossians 1:18 

South Portland 
Church of The Nazarene 



176 Sawyer Street 




South Portland, Maine 



H. B. WARD, Minister 
Class of '29 

When in "Vacationland" plan to stop by and worship with us. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '51 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Prather Avenue by Fenton Park 

Jamestown, New York 

JOHN W. POOLE, Minister 



THE OLD-FASHIONED 

Wesleyan-Methodist Gospel . . 
For the 20th Century . . 



Preaching Christian Holiness for 56 Years in Greater Boston 




Judson Square 
OSCAR F. REED, Ph.D., Minister 

Maiden First Church 

8 High St., Maiden, Mass. 



FIRST CHURCH 

OF THE NAZARENE 

Niagara Falls, New York 

PAUL S. GILMORE, Minister 



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CONGRATULATIONS! CLASS OF 1951 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA 
DISTRICT 



C. E. HUDSON, 
District Treasurer 

C. A. SMITH, 

District Church School 
Chairman 




DONALD S. METZ, 
District Secretary 

MRS. NELSON HENCK 
District W. F. M. S. 
President 



E. E. GROSSE, District Superintendent 



A. C. McKENZIE, District N. Y. P. S. President 



ADVISORY BOARD 

F. D. Ketner 
Earl C. Wolf 

G. E. Hudson 
Robert Radcliffe 



E. N. C. TRUSTEES 

E. E. Grosse 

F. D. Ketner 
Earl C. Wolf 



DISTRICT CENTER 

CAMP MEETING GROUNDS-North East, Maryland 

(Highway Route 40) 



Annual District Assembly 



August 1-3 



Annual District Camp Meeting 
August 3-12 



Annual District N.Y.P.S. Institute Annual Preachers' Convention 

August 27-September 1 October 8-10 at Philadelphia, Pa 

Dr. Paul S. Rees, speaker 



Roys' Camp — July 9-14 



Girls' Camp -16-21 



District Slogan: "UNCTION FOR ACTION' 



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Compliments of the 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Nazareth Pike and Woodlawn Avenue 

EARL G. LUSK, Pastor 



Bethlehenr, Pa. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1951 

Church of the Nazarene 

Royersford, Pa. 

GEORGE ANDREWS, Pastor 




CONGRATULATIONS 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


to the 
CLASS OF 1951 


800 Johnson St. 




Salisbury, Md. 


Young People's Society 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


"The Lord of Hosts Is With Us" 


Rio Grande, N. J. 


W. M. BAKER, Pastor 



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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



7th and A Street, N.E. 



Washington, D. C. 



A Center of Holiness 



Evangelism 



In the Heart of Our 




ROY F. STEVENS, Pastor 
"The Singing Pastor" 



Nation's Capital 



Sermons That Inspire 



• Songs That Bless 



• Music That Thrills 



Fellowship That Lifts 



'Uteres a Welcome Here for You 



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CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



Conowingo Road 
Bel Air, Maryland 




H. E. HECKERT 

Minister 



Sunday School Superintendent 
THOMAS LINKOOS 

N. Y. P. S. President 
HARRY SMITH 

W. F. M. S. President 
MRS. HARRY SMITH 



Congratulations 






CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 


Class 


CLASS OF 1951 


of 




1951 






CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Nazarene Young People s Society 


Orbisonia, Pa. 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 






KENNETH L. AKINS, Pastor 


Eastport, Annapolis 




Maryland 


"The Church Where You Are 




Never a Stranger" 


WILLIAM W. RESTRICK, Pastor 





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FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

N. 27th St. and Lincoln Ave. 
Camden, N. J. 

CHESTER M. WILLIAMS, Pastor 



10:00 A.M. 
11:00 A.M. 

7:00 P.M. 

7:45 P.M. 



Sunday School 

Morning Worship 

N. Y. P. S. 

Evangelistic Service 



Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:45 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1951 

CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '51 




FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

West Chester, Pa. 

D. R. HOFFMAN, Minister 



IMMANUEL CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Richardson and Derstine Avenues 
Lansdale, Pennsylvania 

On the Air Each Sunday 
8:15 to 9:00 a.m. WBUX 1570 Kil. 

NELSON G. MINK, Minister 



A. K. Rosenberger 
Stanley Hedrick 
Mrs. John Koffel, Sr. 
Mary Lou Fischer 
Valeria Brodhead 



S. S. Supt. 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. 

W. F. M. S. Pres. 

Y. W. F. M. S. Pres. 

Junior Supt. 



We Are Backing E.N.C. 100 r /c 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1951 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Deepwater, N. J. 

JOHN R. HUMPHREYS, Pastor 



(Three miles north of the 
Pennsville-Newcastle Ferry ) 

WHEN PASSING, VISIT US 



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Clase Bardo 
S. S. Supt. 



Mrs. Mildred Deitterick 
W. F. M. S. Pres. 



"God forbid that I 
should glory, save in 
the cross of our Lord 
Jesus Christ." 
Gal. 6:14 




Marietta Kressler 
N. Y. P. S. Pies. 



Harry Kline 
Pres., Board of Trustees 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 



We commend the 
student b o d y of 
E.N.C. on their high 
Christian standard. 




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Robert C. Roberts 
Pastor 



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HAROLD A. PARRY, Minister 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of 1951 



WEST GROVE CHURCH 

OF THE NAZARENE 

West Grove, Pa. 

(40 miles west of Philadelphia, on Route No. 1) 

"Come Worship the Lord With Us" 

S. S. Supt. J. Leroy Frank 

Frances Frank 



W. F. M. S. Pres. 
N. Y. P. S. Pres. 
Secretary 



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100% 
Rack 
of 
E.N.C. 



Hilda Worth 
Richard Kinderman 




"The Friendly Church' 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Washington at Jefferson St. 
Lisbon, Ohio 




CARLETON D. JONES, Pastor 



Village Chapel 

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Paxtonia, Pa. 

(on old U. S. Route 22) 




J. Edmund Turnock, Pastor 

Sunday School 9:30 A.M. 

Worship 10:30 A.M. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:30 P.M. 

Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 

Radio Programs: "Chapel Echoes" 

Over WARX, FM; and over 

WCMR, AM 

Sunday 8:30-9:00 
Saturday 11:45 - 12 noon 

"A Live-Wire Church" 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1951 




EARL C. WOLF 
Pastor 



FIRST 

CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Pine and 
Freedley Streets 



Norristown, Pa. 



OFFICERS 

S. S. Superintendent William Schubert 



N. Y. P. S. Pres. 
W. F. M. S. Pres. 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Harry Butterworth 

Mrs. Walter H. Hoopes 

Mrs. Alice E. Keehn 

Walter H. Hoopes 



"When Near Philadelphia — Visit Us" 

CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF 1951 

NAZARENE 
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY 



Hollywood, Md. 



H. I. BASHAM, Pastor 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1951 

from 

VILLAGE CHAPEL 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



J. E. TUNCOCK 

Pastor 



Located just outside 

Harrisburg, Pa. 



Compliments of 

THE FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Euclid Ave. and Hampton St. 
Trenton, N. J. 




BOYD M. LONG 

Pastor 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

MacDade Blvd. 
Collingdale, Pa. 

F. D. KETNER, Pastor 



Congratulations ! 



Emma Stephey 

and 

Class of '51 



Always Boosting 
E.N.C. 




"A Live Church With a Living Message" 






COMPLIMENTS 


FIRST CHURCH 




OF THE NAZARENE 


of the 


520 Whitmore Avenue 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Baltimore 23, Maryland 




C. A. SMITH, Pastor 


Hagerstown. Md. 


710 Walnut Avenue 




Baltimore 29, Md. 




Wilkens 5297 






To the Class of 1951 


"The Church Where You Are Never 




a Stranger" 





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Akron District 
CHURCH OF THE IMAZARENE 



O. L. BENEDUM, District Superintendent 



E. N. C. TRUSTEES: 




C; B. Wood 


O. L. Benedum 




District Secretary 


D. D. Palmer 


G 




L. W. Durkee 


L 


Ruth Hanks 


Wilfred Hammer 


District Treasurer 




O 




ADVISORY BOARD: 




Mrs. D. D. Palmer 


D. D. Palmer 


R 


W. F. M. S. President 


C. D. Taylor 


Y 




L. W. Durkee 




Carl B. Hanks 


Willis Roush 




N. Y. P. S. District Presiden 



"Far both he that sanctified and they who are 
sanctified are all of one: For ichicli cause he is 
not ashamed to call them brethren." 

—Hebrews 2:11 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hayden Avenue at Claiborne Road 
East Cleveland, Ohio 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '51 ! 



•■£' 




JAMES E. HUNTON 
Minister 




Broadcasting 

Wed. - Fri. - Sun. 

WSRS - 1490 



Enter to Worship; Depart to Serve 




PRESENTING FULL SALVATION 

In The 
BEST LOCATION IN THE NATION 



VESY STEMM 

Minister of Music 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

ARTHUR BROWN, JR., Pastor 
Parsonage: 334 Union Street, Phone 4376 

COLUMBIANA, OHIO 

Evangelistic in Effort Fervent in Faith Dynamic in Doctrine 




We Congratulate 

The Class of '51 

and Pledge 

Continued 

Support 

for 
E.N.C. 



KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Corner Iona Ave., at N. Twelfth St. 
AKRON, OHIO 

— When in Akron Visit With Us — 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
CLASS OF '51 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Youngstown, Ohio 

H. G. PURKHISER 
Minister 



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FIRST CHURCH 
of the 



NAZARENE 



East Liverpool, Ohio 



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GREETINGS 
AND 

ASSURANCE OF 
WHOLE-HEARTED 
SUPPORT TO E.N.C. 



C. L. RODDA, Minister 



'Respect for the Past — Progress for the Present — Vision for the Future' 



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Compliments of 

First Church of the Nazarene 

West Tallmadge Avenue at North Howard Street 
Akron, Ohio 



C. D. TAYLOR, Pastor 
569 Schiller Ave. 



Telephone BL 8832 



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Dawson at First 
Uhrichsville.. Ohio 


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The Interpreter 




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L. L. KOLLAR, Minister 

720 N. Uhrich Street 

Phone 1411 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO 
THE CLASS OF '51 

We deeply appreciate the school and faculty 

at E.N.C. 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Warren, Ohio 




D. D. PALMER, Pastor 



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JAMES H. JONES, Pastor 
1301 10th St., N. W. 



FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

1000 Third St., N.E., Canton, Ohio 



MISSIONARY-HEARTED 
CHURCH 



When Traveling East or West 

on Lincoln Highway (U.S. Route 30) 

WORSHIP WITH US 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




Satin Street 


FIRST CHURCH 


Jefferson, Ohio 


of the 




NAZARENE 


N. Y. P. S. Pres. Estel Alden 




W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Irving Weaver 




S. S. Supt. Roekford Moore 


East Rebecca Street 


"Draw Nigh to God, 


East Palestine, Ohio 


and He Will Draw Nigh to You." 




J. A. RODGERS 


PAUL E. BAXTER, JR. 


East Satin Street 


Minister 


Telephone 217 





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EMMANUEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Smithfield Avenue at Francis 
Pawtucket, R. I. 

RAYMOND E. LOCKWOOD 

Minister 



CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1951 


CONGRATULATIONS 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Class of 1951 


Salem, Ohio 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


and her 




E.N.C. STUDENTS 


S. Linden at E. Summit 




Alliance, Ohio 


William Lee Parks 




Alice Jean Shoff 




Glenn Thome 


S. S. Supt. Lester L. Brock 


Margaret Weaver 


N. Y. P. S. Pres. Lois Schlosser 




W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Ruth Loomis 


E. M. PARKS, Minister 






CLYDE B. WOOD 


"The Little Churcli With 


Pastor 


a Big Welcome." 




Congratulations to Class of 1951 


CONGRATULATIONS 




Graduating Class of '51 


The 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


BARRERTON CHURCH 


Corner Liberty and High Street 


OF THE NAZARENE 


Painesville, Ohio 


465 Hopocan Avenue 


A Friendly Welcome Awaits You 


Barberton, Ohio 


DANIEL. C. HOFFMAN, Pastor 


ROBERT J. SHOFF, Pastor 



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W.F.M.S. Convention, 

District Assembly, 

and N.Y.P.S. Convention 

July 16-20 



Sunday School Convention 

and 

District Preachers' Meeting 

October 22-25 



Pittsburgh District 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



R. F. HEINLEIN, District Superintendent 



E.N.C. TRUSTEES 


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ADVISORY BOARD 


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W. Gordon Graves 


Floyd A. Wycoff 


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Maurice R. Emery 


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Robert M. Ingland 


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Robert M. Ingland 



N.Y.P.S. INSTITUTE 
JUNE 25-29 



DISTRICT CAMP MEETING 

ALAMEDA CAMP GROUNDS 

BUTLER, PA. 

JUNE 29-JULY 8 



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CIRCLEVILLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Route No. 1, Irwin, Pa. 



Merl M. Benner, Pastor 



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(Proposed New Church — With Minor Alterations) 

Congratulations to "Our Own Editor" of the 1951 
NAUTILUS, to his staff, and to the Class of '51 





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55 North Bennett St. 


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Bradford, Pa. 


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Allentown, Pa. 


W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor 


(on Route 22) 
Lloyd G. Gordon 


114 N. Bennett Street 


Pastor 






Sunday School Supt. John Truby 


We Look to E.N.C. With 


N. Y. P. S. Pres. Mrs. Willis Dietz 


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Confidence 


W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. H. Miller 



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Best Wishes from 

WALTHAM CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

33 Myrtle Street, Waltham, Mass. 

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. 

Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:00 P.M. 

Evangelistic Service 7:00 P.M. 

Prayer and Praise Thursday 7:30 P.M. 

WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT US WHEN YOU VISIT E.N.C. 
Armand M. Doll, Minister 





CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CONGRATULATIONS 


21st and Wallance St. 
Erie, Pa. 


TO THE 






CLASS OF 1951 


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520 North Center St. 


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Grove City Pa. 






Clarence E. Neiderhiser 




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L. T. WELLS 
Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the Class of "51" 



FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Warren, Penna. 

JOHN Z. ANDREE 
Pastor 



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Albany District 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

RENARD D. SMITH, District Superintendent 





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MORRIS E. WILSON - District Sec. 

DALPH FRY - District Treas. 

ESTHER WILSON - District Missionary Pies. 

ANTHONY B. SAMPSON - District N. Y. P. S. Pres. 

GLEN TYNER - District Church School Chairman 



District Office and Parsonage 

229 W. Pleasant Avenue 

Syracuse 5, N. Y. Phone 4-4848 



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The First Church of the Nazarene 



Cannon and West Newell Street 



Syracuse, New York 



We Congratulate the Class of 1951 

Our Church Is Glad to Support E. N. C. 
JOHN D. RHAME, Minister 



Constantly Abiding Yours 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




1813 Albany Street 


Elmira, N. Y. 


Schenectady, N. Y. 


FIRST CHURCH OF THE 


WALTER S. MacPHERSON, SR. 
Pastor 


NAZARENE 




Holdridge at Cedar 


SUNDAY SERVICES 




Sunday School 10:00 A.M 


The Word of God . . . Our Message 


Morning Worship 11:00 A.M 
N. Y. P. S. 7:00 P.M 


The Power of Christ . . . Our Strength 


Evangelistic Service 7:45 P.M 


The Souls of Men . . . Our Goal 


WEDNESDAY 




Prayer and Praise 7:45 P.M 


ANTHONY B. SAMPSON, Minister 


WHEN IN SCHENECTADY 




WORSHIP WITH US 



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Serving Thirteen Million Souls 



in 



the 



World's Greatest Mission Field 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 



OSCAR J. FINCH, Superintendent 




FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

108th Street and 95th Avenue 

Richmond Hill, New York 

Virginia 9-5734 



LYMAN P. WOOD 

Pastor 



OUR CHURCH SALUTES ITS STUDENTS 
Milton Clark William Hardin 

Robert Clark Robert Jackson 

Frank De Bar Bertha Taylor 



When you are in New York City, come and test our welcome. 



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Greetings to 
The Class of 1951 



BUTLER CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Butler, N. J. 

HOWARD R. OLSON, Pastor 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Dover, N. J. 

H. E. McCLAIK, Pastor 



Edward Danielson 

Edith Jayne 

Mrs. Tekla Stromberg 



S. S. Sapt. 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. 

W. F. M. S. Pres. 



"We Appreciate E. N. C. 
And Our Seven Students" 

Earl and Norma Hedden 

Wilfred and Eula Adine Winget 

Mildred Larsen 

Robert Hedden and John Allen, Jr. 



CONGRATULATIONS : 

To the Students, Faculty, and Administration 
of E. N. C. for the splendid achievements, seen 
and unseen, during the school year 1950-51. 



from 
a 100 Vc supporter 

The 

CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 




Frederick F. Fike 
Pastor 



Wiltwyck and Elmendorf 
KINGSTON, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

COMMUNITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

California, Avenue 
New Milford, N. J. 



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CONGRATULATIONS . . . 
BEST WISHES . . . 
GOD'S BLESSING . . . 

To the CLASS of 1951 

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THE CANADIAN STUDENTS 

Loyal Supporters 
of E. N. C. 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

115 Temple Street 
Owego, New York 

M. J. FOSTER, Pastor 






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CONGRATULATIONS TO 

THE SENIORS 

from 

PINE GLEN 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Mattawana, Pa. 



WILKINSRURG 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Perm & Brushton Pittsburgh 21, Pa. 



J. B. ARMSTRONG, Pastor 
Donald D. Starr, S. S. Supt. 



Our E.N.C. Students: 

HOWARD RICKEY 
CLIFFORD HERSEY 



Eleanor and Rob Jones 

Boosting E.N.C. 

Where We Received Our 

Preparation 



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St Clair Church of the Nazarene 



1277 St. Clair Avenue West 



Toronto, Ontario, Canada 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '51 



L. GUY NEES, Pastor 



161 Westmount Avenue 



Telephone KENwood 7165 





FIRST CHURCH 




OF THE NAZARENE 


CONGRATULATIONS 


Lynn, Mass. 




ROBERT W. CARLSON, Minister 


Class of '51 


SERVICES 




10 A.M. Sunday School 

11 A.M. Morning Worship 
6 P.M. N. Y. P. S. 


Hamilton, Ontario 


7 P.M. Evangelistic Services 
Mid-week Prayer Meeting 7:30 P.M., Thursday 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CHRISTIAN YOUTH, INC. 




30 Evans Way Roston, Mass. 


92 Ottawa St., N. 


Tal McNutt, Director 




"Reaching Youth With the Truth" 




Boston Youth for Christ 


ROBERT F. WOODS, Minister 


High School Bible Clubs 
OUR VISION: 




Youth Center 




Tuvenile Delinquency Program 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1951 

FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Cowan Ave. at Melbourne St. 
Toronto, Ontario 



H. R. BROWN, Minister 



Congratulations 
Class 
of '51 

"Your Progress 

is vital to 

our future." 




GRACE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

624 Annette Street 
Toronto, Canada 

WILLIAM SUMMERSCALES, Pastor 




WHEN 

VISITING 

CANADA'S 

CAPITAL 

WORSHIP AT THE OTTAWA 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

(Fourth Ave.— East of Bank) 

"Any Bank Street Car Stops 
Almost at the Door." 

ROSS P. COWHERD, Pastor 
475 Bay St. - Phone 5-4227 



MARITIME DISTRICT 

This Home Mission District 

offers unequalled opportunities 

for Consecrated Workers in 

"The Whitened Harvest Field." 



J. H. MacGREGOR, Dist. Supt. 
55V2 Havelock Street 
Amherst, Nova Scotia 



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First Church of the Nazarene 

Ocean Avenue and Garfield Place 

East Rockaway 

Long Island, N. Y. 



A FRIENDLY CHURCH 

* Spiritual * Active * Progressive 

35 Minutes from Pennsylvania Station, 
New York City, via Long Island Railroad 




Curtis D. Withrow, Pastor 
Tel. Lynbrook, N. Y. 9-3116 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

New Castle, Pa. 

ALWAYS A BOOSTER FOR 
EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 



Leah Phillips 
Elberta Phillips 
Ray Williams 
Paul Elsey 

TRUSTEES 

E. D. Reynolds 

F. E. Welker 
Fred Campbell 
Clair Allen 
Lester Furey 



W. F. M. S. President 

Jr. Supervisor 

S. S. Superintendent 

N. Y. P. S. President 



STEWARDS 

Marie Shaffer 

lane Hedrick 

Margaret Walis 

Pearl Kelly 

G. T. McElwee 



G. R. SARBER, Pastor 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



FRIEND 



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Munro Hall 

Eastern Nazarene College 

Summer Session begins June 11 
Freshman week begins September 4 

REVIVAL DATES 

September 6-9 Opening Convention, Rev. Roy F. Stevens 

November 1-11 Fall Revival, Rev. T. E. Martin 

January 24-27 Week-end Revival, Dr. Raymond Browning 

February 24- John Gould Memorial Lectures and Holiness 
March 2 Convention, Dr. G. B. Williamson 



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The 

Sigma Delta 

Kappa Society 

Extends Congratulations 

to the Seniors of 

1951 




CONGRATULATIONS . . . 



Class of 1951 



from 




THE CHAMPION SOCIETY 



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CONGRATULATIONS . 



fljtaaa of '51 




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"It's Fun to be a Sigma!" 




The 

Sigma Delta 

Delta 

Society 



"Heaven gives us friends, 
To bless the present scene; 
Removes them, 
To prepare us for the next. 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS 
OF 1951 




YOUR DUGOUT 

Appreciates Your Patronage 

Invites You to Use Its Facilities 

Strives to Give you the Best for Less 



FRANK H. BOWERS 

Food Service Manager 
of E.N.C. 



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Film Service 



Bus Tickets 




College Bookstore 



Congratulations Seniors of 1951 



Student Supplies 



Bibles 



BOLTON SMART 
COMPANY, INC. 



Wholesale Purveyors of Choice 



BEEF, LAMB, VEAL, PORK, POULTRY, FISH 



BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS AND FROSTED FOODS 



19-25 South Market Street 



Boston, Mass. 



Telephone: LAfayette 3-1900 



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QUINCY'S LARGEST AND 
MOST BEAUTIFUL 



FUNERAL HOME 
AND CHAPEL 



DEWARE BROTHERS 

Donald M. Deware 

and 
Robert M. Deware 

Telephone GR 2-1137 
576 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 



REGISTERED FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMRALMERS 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



Gr 2-8660 



Blacker and Shepard Lumber Corp. 

10 Newport Ave. 
North Quincy, Massachusetts 



THE HARRIS COMPANY 

188 Commercial Street 

Portland, Maine 

Tel. 4-1401 

MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 
SHIP CHANDLERS - GROCERS 



Walker-Turner Machine Tools 
Westinghouse Home Appliances Electric Motors - Home Water Systems 

Carmote Paints and Varnishes Rope and Wire Rope 

Gates Relts and Sheaves 



Specialists in Supplying 

Steamships, Yachts, Fishing Vessels 

Deck, Engine, Steward Supplies 

WHOLESALE 



All Types Marine Hardware, Lights, 

Rrass and Galvanized Fittings 

Exide Batteries 

RETAIL 



DESOTO PLYMOUTH 


WOLLASTON 


Dependable Used Cars 
Service On All Makes 


TAILOR AND CLEANSER 


CARRIKER MOTOR CO. 

A. C. Carriker C. S. Johnson 


690 Hancock Street 


68 Washington St. 


Wollaston, Mass. PR 3-2428 


Quincy, Mass. 




GR 2-4730 


Reduced Rate for E.N.C. Students 



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SEARS ROEBUCK COMPANY 



1591 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE 





Tel.: GR 2-0571 Resident: PR 3-6754 


With the Compliments 


HARDING WELDING CO., Inc. 


of 




BABSONS REPORTS, INC. 


Welding Contractors 




Electric and Acetylene Welding 




Pipe — Structural 




— Portable Equipment — 


The oldest investment advisory service in 




the field . . . 




Founded over 46 years ago . . . 




Incorporated in 1933 


232 Willard St. 

H. W. Harding 

Quincy, Mass. 



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AS CLOSE AS HOUR 
DEAREST mfllLBOX 



VOUR 

PUBLISHIHG 

HOUSE 



HR5 
THE BEST 

in 

RELIGIOUS 
BOOKS 

nno 

SUPPLIES 



nnZHREHE PUBLISHIIIC HOUSE 

2923 TROOST AVENUE, BOX 527, KANSAS CITY lO, MISSOURI 



i 7, California 



1592 Bloor Street, West, Toronto 9, Onto 



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METHERALL & McCAUSLAND 

494 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 

* * * s # 

Plumbing and Heating 

Estimates Furnished GR 2-8017 



7 - 1294 

Telephones, CApitol 7 - 1295 

7 - 1354 



HICKS & HODGES CO. 

PURVEYORS OF FINE FOODS 

45 South Market Street 
Boston 9, Mass. 



Compliments of 

SUPPLY DEPARTMENT 

Marine Biological Laboratory 
Woods Hole, Mass. 

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Sheppard's 



HEATING 

'CITIES 4 

ISERYICEJ 



OTLS 



GENERAL MOTORS 

DELCO-HEAT 



Oil Burners 



GENERAL 
HEATING 




ELECTRIC 
EQUIPMENT 



New \ 
'England 
v Coke j 




Two 

1355 Hancock St.., Quincy 
Tel. PR 3-7200 



Offices 

6 Commercial St., Weymouth 
Tel. WE 9-2700 



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WHEN IN NEED OF . . . 


NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. 


Hardware Packard Paints 


Duggan Bros. 


Kitchenware Wall Paper 




Garden Supplies Glass 


131-133 Hancock Street 




North Quincy, Mass. 


THE NEW MODERN STORE 




"Easy Parking" 


CHEVROLET 


Call GR 2-0041 


Sales and Service 


MacFARLANDS 


PR 3-1100 


11 Rrook Street Wollaston, Mass. 




America's Best Buy 


JOHN J. GALLAGHER, Inc. 


The 


Building Materials and Hardware 


1951 CHEVROLET 


General Offices and Main Yard 


24-Hour Towing Service 


100 Federal Avenue 


Night Repair Service 


Quincy, Mass. 


BARGAINVILLE 

for 




OK USED CARS 




540 Southern Artery 


Retail Store and Branch Yard 






GRANITE CHEVROLET 


North Qunicy, Mass. 


338 Washington Street 


Telephones 


Quincy, Mass. 


PResident 3-2360 PResident 3-8180 


PR 3-2310 




Where Our Customers Send Their Friends 

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101 Years of 



EXPERIENCE TO HELP 



US SERVE YOU 



BETTER 



H. P. HOOD & SONS 



MILK 



CREAM 



Welch'* 

CAMERA CENTER 

Everything for the photographer 
including helpful advice . . . 



Photo Equipment 
Movie Equipment 

Developing and Printing Color Films 

Greeting Cards 

680 Hancock Street, Quincy 70, Mass. 
PResident 3-6077 



WEBSTER -THOMAS CO. 

217 State St. Boston, Mass. 

Packers and Distributors 

MATCHLESS 
BRAND 
FOODS 

Teas— Coffees 
Canned Fruits 
Canned Vegetables 
Pickles— Relishes— Condiments 
Fancy Quality Throughout 



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;■£."■_'. WS> 



STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 

Exquisite stained glass windows 
designed and executed to suit the 
architecture of your building. 
Prices vary according to the size 
and intricacy of detail. 

Imported, antique glass and ex- 
pert craftsmanship assure unsur- 
passed beauty. Send for your 
copy of our brochure, "Stained 
Glass." 



CHURCH FURNITURE 

Our church furniture is distinctive and 
beautiful, in authentic period designs. Superb 
hand carving and expert craftsmanship make our 
communion tables, seats, pulpits and other eccle- 
siastical furnishings well suited for their high pur- 
pose. We can plan our arrangements to match 
your present furnishings. Send for our free 
catalogue. 



WHITTEMORE 

Associates, Incorporated 

16 ASHBURTON PLACE 

Boston 8, Mass. 




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Compliments 


i#W! 


of 


wJwnM)\ 


ENTERPRISE 


wMmJ\k 


STORES 


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The Friendliest Store on the 




South Shore 


Quincy, Mass. 






Quincy, Mass. 


GR 2-8100 


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^Al^Jtt^Zr^^ 


KARL'S AUTO BODY 


(filA*^^^^ 


REPAIR CO., INC. 


?£* |UCE CREAM 


Established 1920 


"Made for Particular People" 




VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR 




Delicious Food — Nicely Served 


23 Greenwood Ave. 


Attractive Surroundings 


Wollaston 70, Mass. 


Appealing Prices 
Business Men's Luncheon 




Special Dinners 


— Insurance Appraising — 


Open Daily Until 7 P.M. 




Central Avenue and Eliot Street 


Karl A. Karjalainen 


Milton, Mass. 


President 


Bluehills 8-7850 



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HOWARD JOHNSON'S 



FAMOUS ICE CREAM 



in 



28 FLAVORS 



RICHARD J. GORMAN 

The Jewelry Store on Beale Street 




"Jackie" Gagnon waits to serve at Gorman's. 

DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS 
From $60.00 up 

WATCHES GIFTS 

Parker '51 



23 Beale St. 



Wollaston, Mass. 




Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Quincy" 



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CONGRATULATIONS . . . 

L ANTONELLI IRON WORKS 

Manufacturers of 
STRUCTURAL STEEL ORNAMENTAL IRON 

and 
BUILDING SPECIALTIES 



177 Willard St., Quincy, Mass. 


Mayflower 9-3600 


Compliments of 


Compliments 




of 


NEW ENGLAND ALTAR CO. 


MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 


Specializing in Church Furniture 


of 


and 
Builders of Your College Church Pews 


EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 


21 Greenwood Ave. 




Wollaston, Mass. 


CHARLES DJERF, M.D. 


Telephone MAyflower 9-3426 


RUBY FRIEND, R.N. 




EMMA STEPHEY, R.N. 


We Extend Our Cordial and Sincere 
BEST WISHES 


ENJOY 


TO THE CLASS OF '51 


BRAEWOOD BEVERAGES 


WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS 


Richardson 


Printers of Campus Camera 


Root Beer Squirt 


WE 9-0145 


Standard Bottling Co. 


18-22 Station Street 


435 Adams St. Quincy, Mass. 


East Weymouth, Mass. 





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EXTRA 



ENGRAVINGS 




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PHOTO -ENGRAVERS 




ROBERTS ENGRAVING COMPANY 

115 SAGAMORE STREET ^1BB|=Sp^QUINCY 71. MASSACHUSETTS 



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Compliments 
of 



L. GROSSMAN & SONS, Inc. 



Quincy, Mass. 



GR 2-0392 Telephones PR 3-2054 

PATTERSONS 
FLOWER STORE 

1283 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

CORSAGES 

Girls Who Care Say 
"Get My Corsage at Pattersons" 

ELSIE M. PATTERSON 
Proprietor 



JOHN HAMRE & SON 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Quincy, Mass. 



Sensational 

Service of 

Taste Delight; 




If you cannot purchase this in your home 
town — write vi — P.O. Box ). S., Chicago (V0) 



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W. C. LAHUE, INC. 




General Contractors 



LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS 

"Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it." 

-Psalm 127-1. 



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VISIT E.N.CS GREENHOUSE 

Potted Plants 

Novelties 

Corsages 
"When You Think of Flowers Think of Bowers" 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



MASSACHUSETTS HEATING 



CORPORATION 



Agent for Wolverine Porcelain Roofing Tile 

NORMAN W. PEMBERTON, Inc. 

Sheet Metal Work - Slate 
Tin and Gravel Roofing 

141 Newport Avenue Wollaston, Mass. 

Office Tel. GRanite 2-5078 



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1951 Sponsorships 



LINCOLN PHARMACY 

Hancock & Elm Sts. 
Wollaston, Mass. 

ALVES PHOTO SERVICE, Inc. 

14 Stores Avenue 
Brain tree, Mass. 

WOLLASTON FLORIST 

679 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

LINDAS RESTAURANT 

Specialists in 
Southern Style Chicken 
770 Gallivan Blvd. 
Neponset 9, Mass. 

WOOD'S HARDWARE CO. 

673 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

WOLLASTON PHARMACY, Inc. 

323 Newport Avenue 
Wollaston, Mass. 

BLACKWOOD PHARMACY 

663 Hanccok Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

A FRIEND 

F. H. CRANE & SONS, Inc. 

30 Liberty Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

MAYFLOWER DINER 

473 South Artery 

Quincy, Mass. 

Telephone: GR 2-6048; GR 2-9468 



QUINCY TYPEWRITER SERVICE 

Sold— Rented— Repaired 
One Maple Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

A FRIEND 

JOHNSON S FILLING STATION 

700 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

Y. M. C. A. 

61 Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 
Walter R. Forbush 
GR 2-7121 
78 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 

PONTIAC COMPANY 

Complete repair service on all cars 
326 Granite Avenue 
East Milton, Mass. 

A FRIEND 

BON-FOC 
RIQUEW 

W. C. Bonner Co. 
Watertown, Mass. 

WILLIAM ZALL & SON 

959 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

NORFOLK PAINT & VARNISH CO. 

21 Newport Avenue 
Quincy, Mass. 

WILLIAM D. MICHAEL, 
OPTOMETRIST 

1581 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 



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STANLEY- WINTHROPS, Inc. 

Photographic Supplies 

and Hobbies 
90 Washington St., Quincy, Mass. 

JOHN J. DUANE CO. 

Building Wrecking 
600 South Artery 
Quincy, Mass. 

GREETING CARD SHOP 

15 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
The Most Complete Line of 
Greeting Cards on the South Shore 

BETSY LEE SHOPPE 

11 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

DR. EARL STONE 

Dentist 

7 Elm Avenue 

Wollaston, Massachusetts. 

WM. WESTLAND & CO. 

Equipment for Every Sport 

Baseball-Golf-Tennis-Archery 

Softball-Fishing-Badminton 

LONDON CLOTHING CORP. 

Brockton-Quincy 

A Factory-to-You Operation 

Saving You Money on Clothing 

DR. JOSEPH McDERMOTT 

Optometrist 

665 Hancock Street 

Wollaston, Mass. 

BEALE STREET PHARMACY 

Russell S. Keene, Ph.G., Mgr. 
661 Hancock Cor. Beale St. 
Wollaston, Mass. 

McGRATH TAXI SERVICE 

641 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 



DEPENDABLE LAUNDERERS 
AND CLEANERS 

63 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Telephone PR 3-8922 

PAY and TAKE FURNITURE CO. 

Superb Quality! 

Best Value . . . Compare! 

15 Billings Road 

North Quincy, Mass. 

HANCOCK PAINT 
& VARNISH CO. 

53 West Squantum Street 
North Quincy 71, Mass. 

ERNEST C. HATCH 

Prescription Optician 
25 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 

MID-TOWN RADIO SERVICE 

549 Mancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

W. H. HASLETT CO. 

837 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

CARROLL CUT-RATE 
PERFUMER 

19 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 

RUSSELL FUNERAL HOME 

Harold A. Thurston, Director 
644 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

WILLIAM J. SHEA 

12 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Real Estate and Insurance 
Realtor — Notary 

EASTERN SHADE & SCREEN CO. 

Shades, Screens, Venetian Blinds 
363 Winter St., Hyannis, Mass. 

20 John St., North Quincy, Mass. 



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RICH'S TAXI SERVICE 

3 Billings Road, 
North Quincy, Mass. 

W. H. BEARD, D.M.D. 

1011 Beacon Street 
Boston, Mass. 
Telephone BE 2-1563 

PHILIP J. GARCIA 

3 Nicholls Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

BOSTON HEATING & 
PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 

579 Atlantic Ave. 
Boston, Mass. 



QUINT'S GREENHOUSES 

We Specialize in Corsages 
1258 Hancock Street, 
Quincy, Mass. 

BOSTON SAND & GRAVEL 

118 First Street 
Boston, Mass. 

QUINCY LUMBER CO. 

610 Southern Artery 
Quincy 69, Mass. 

BEACON CLEANSERS & DYERS 

Fur Storage, Tailoring 
Delivery Service 
624 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 



NORMAN B. SMALL CO. 

61 Catham Street 
Boston, Mass. 



CONGRATULATIONS . . . 

To The Class of 1951 



M. STOLL & CO., Inc. 

Established 1863 
Wholesale Grocers 
Boston, Mass. 



RIVAL FOODS, Inc. 



Wholesale Grocers 



RELIABLE 
OFFICE PARTITION CO. 

55 Albany Street 
Boston, Mass. 
Telephone HU 2-2096 



BOSTON CHINA CO. 

80-88 Portland Street 
Boston, Mass. 



38 Henry Street 
Cambridge, Mass 



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small task. 

A College Annual without 
photographs would indeed 
be dull. 

Therefore, we have tried 
to fulfill our photographic 
assignment with the careful 
attention necessary to assure you 
a pleasant and lasting memory 
of your days at E. N. C. 



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1950 and 1951 

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FACULTY 



Akers, Charles W. 
Allen, Frances 



Babcock, Wm. J. V. 
Blaney, Harvey J. S. 



Cameron, Ruth 
Cove, Edith 



234 Marlboro St. 
23 E. Elm Ave. 



1 14 Willet St. 
232 Beach St. 



21 W. Elm Ave. 
124 Phillips St. 



Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



Mann, Edward S. 
Marple, Olive B. 
Maybury, Robert H. 
McFarland, Elizabeth 
Mullen, Laurence 
Mullen, Wilbur H. 
Munro, Bertha 



Naylor, Jasper R. 
Nease, Madeline 
Nease, Stephen 



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41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

16 Winslow Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

82 Kemper St., Wollaston, Mass. 

118 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

90 Winthrop Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

90 Franklin Ave , Wollaston, Mass. 

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97 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

92 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Davis, Elizabeth 
Dell, Edward T 
Delp, George J. 
Dixon, Wallace 
Dygoski, Louise A. 



Gery, Frank W. 
Goodnow, Edith P. 
Goodnow, Kent 
Gould, J. Glenn 
Groves, Vernon T. 



Harris, Mary K. 
Hunting, Ward M. 



Larkin, Greg 
Lechner, Hadrian 
Lechner, Mary S. 



10 Watkins St., 

23 E. Elm Ave. 

21 W. Elm Ave. 

1 4 Beach St. 

9 Landers Rd. 



21 W. Elm Ave. 

58 Waterston Ave. 

I 58 Waterston Ave. 

29 Dunbarton Rd. 

98 Phillips St., 

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90 Franklin Ave. 
59-A Davis St. 



Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 



Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 
23 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
23 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston ,Mass. 



Parsons, Rolland W. 
Pearsall, Kenneth 



Rankin, Andrew F. 
Rothwell, Helen F. 



102 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 
57 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



30 Ebbett Ave., 
127 Lincoln Ave., 



Wollaston, 
Wollaston, 



Mass. 
Mass. 



Rothwell, Mel-Thomas 127 Lincoln Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Schlosser, Claude G. 
Shields, Fred J. 
Shields, Hester 
Shrader, James H. 
Smith, Timothy L. 
Soteriades, Evangelos 
Spangenberg, Alice 



68 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

100 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 

100 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 

90 Winthrop Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

39 Cummings Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

105 Willow Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

22 Gay St., Quincy, Mass. 

W 

Weston, Muriel 

539 Runnymede Rd., Toronto, Ont., Canada 
Williamson, Esther D. 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Yoder, Kenneth 



175 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 



COLLEGE 



Adams, James F. Box 251, Twin Rocks, Pa. 

Adams, Nathan A., Jr. 236 Franklin St., Framingham, Mass. 
Albert, Gerald E. 

366 West Pennsylvania Ave., Sebring, Ohio 
Alexander, Douglas R. 1858 Aird Ave., Montreal, Canada 



Allen, Frances 
Allen, John W. 
Allen, Morris 
Allison, Richard A. 
Anderson, John W. 
Anderson, Lois E. 
Andrews, Lois E. 
Apple, R. Christine 
Armstrong, Doreen 



Armstrong, 



23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
216 S. Morris St., Dover, N. J. 
33 E Street, Hull, Mass. 
215 Franklin Place, Grove City, Pa. 
206 Grant St., Warren, Pa. 
65 Richmond Hill, New Canaan, Conn. 
445 Washington St., Royersford, Pa. 
3920 Baxter Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 
M. 
628 Beresford Ave., Toronto, Ont., Canada 
Ruthirene E. Cortland, Ohio 



Ash, Patricia Ann 
Austin, Dorothy M. 
Austin, George E. 



551 California Ave., Chester, W. Va. 

Gillett, Pa. 

49 Douglass St., Portland, Me. 



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41 Fairfield St., Boston, Mass. 

704 Cherry St., Lamar, Mo. 

704 Cherry St., Lamar, Mo. 

R.D. No. 1, Irwin, Pa. 

1 1 Patterson St., Dorchester, Mass. 



Bailey, Ernest B. 
Bailey, Lois E. 
Bailey, A. Russell 
Bailley, Vera 
Baker, James E. 
Ballard, Rosemarie S. 

22 Corringway, Ealing, London, England 
Barrueto, Richard B. 

1 18 3rd Ave. South, Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Bartch, Paul E. 240 South Central Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Basham, Paul D. Hollywood, Md. 

Beach, Norma Faye 952 Stiles St., N.W., Warren, Ohio 



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Becker, Warren H. 
Bedor, Mervin A. 
Benelli, Gerard V. 
Bennett, Loraine W 
Bergers, Jay A. 
Betts, Ruby E. 
Betts, Stella Ruth 
Bigelow, Emily AA. 
Bigelow, John C. 
Bigelow, Myron C. 
Blachly, Samuel D. 
Blake, Evelyn T. 
Bloye, Jean E. 
Boates, T. Thomas, Jr. 
Bonnallie, Ivalene M. 
Boshart, Marcia Ann 
Bourne, Charles N. 
Bowlby, Evelyn L. 
Bowlby, Paul W. 
Brackett, Gloma J. 
Bradley, Robert W. 
Brake, Harold AA. 
Brake, Jeanette AA. 
Bricker, John F. 
Brodhead, Charles L. 
Brooks, Stanley E. 
Brown, Florette R. 
Brown, Gordon 
Brown, Phyllis E. 
Bruce, John W. 
Bruce, Nancy C. 
Bruce, Rachel 
Bruce, Ruth E. 
Bruey, AAary V. 
Bryan, W. Jean 
Bryan, AAarylou E. 
Bryner, Gene P. 
Burdett, AAary-Esther 
Burgess, June E. 
Burt, Beverly E. 
Burton, John E. 
Bye, Harley E. 



79 Edgemont Rd., Katonah, N. Y. 

LaFargeville, N. Y. 

43 Rodman St., Quincy, AAass. 

Route 4, Box 51, Belington, W. Va. 

2738 Glenmawr Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

2288 7th St., Akron, Ohio 

2288 7th St., Akron, Ohio 

Monument Beach, Mass. 

Monument Beach, Mass. 

Monument Beach, Mass. 

44 Martin St., West Haven, Conn. 

97 Dearborn St., Manchester, N. H. 

R.R. No. 1, Little Britain, Ont., Canada 

216 Robbins St., Waltham, Mass. 

22 Congress St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

516 Fulton St., Carthage, N. Y. 

14 Mayfair St., Roxbury, Mass. 

1182 Kohler Ave., Akron, Ohio 

603 Broadway, Wellsville, Ohio 

55 Victoria St., Lowell, Mass. 

135 Main St., Skowhegan, Me. 

5201 Samuel Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 

5201 Samuel Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 

R.D. No. 1, Irwin, Pa. 

1 1 Union St., Richlandtown, Pa. 

Altona, N. Y. 

178 North St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Belfast, N. Y. 

523 Cottage St., New Bedford, Mass. 

126 Second St., St. Marys, W. Va. 

126 Second St., St. Marys, W. Va. 

Florence, Vt. 

126 Second St., St. Marys, W. Va. 

333 E. Washington St., Lisbon, Ohio 

Scranton, Kansas 

30 Mead St., Cambridge, Mass. 

R. No. 1, Claysville, Pa. 

Mannsville, N. Y. 

9 Garfield St., Cambridge, Mass. 

875 Poplar St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 

342 Webster Ave., Syracuse, N. Y 

Annan, Ont., Canada 



Copp, Jane E. 30 Roosevelt Ave., Endxott, N. Y. 

Couchenour, Gladys M. Box 101, St. Petersburg, Pa. 

Cousins, Ivan E. 182 Sawyer St., So. Portland, Me. 

Cove, J. Richard Wilbraham Academy, Wilbraham, Mass 



Saltcoats, Sask., Canada 

4107 First St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 

21 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

631 N. 10th St., Reading. Pa. 



Caldwell, James R. 
Calhoun, Ardith E. 
Cameron, James R. 
Carnobas, Miriam A 
Caswell, Quentin C. 

47 Ryder Ave., East Rockaway, L. I 



N. Y. 



Chalfant, Betty J. 
Chandler, Ada S. 
Charlton, Robert P. 
Chase, Sarah F. 
Chavier, Manuel 
Checkley, John T. 
Christensen, A. Thomas 
Clark, Milton E. 
Clark, Robert E. 
Clemmons, Maxwell P. 



471 S. Osborn, Kankakee, III. 
46 Roberts St., Woonsocket, R. I. 
247 Farrington St., Quincy, Mass. 
Sedgwick, Maine 
95 Jenney St., New Bedford, Mass. 
29 Bennett St., So. Portland, Me. 
Altona, N. Y. 
138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1553 Pacific St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cliff, Eileen B. 82 St. Mary's St., Fredericton, N. B., Canada 
Cliff, Inez P. 82 St. Mary's St., Fredericton, N. B., Canada 
Clingerman, Kermit G. R.D. No. 1, Poland, Ohio 

Clingerman Quentin S. R.D. No. 1, Poland, Ohio 

Coqhill, Isabel 246 Chisholm Ave., Toronto, Canada 

Collins, Norman S. 536 South Ave., Whitman, Mass. 

Conser, Bowen B. 160 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Coombs, T. Ruth Kiel Ave., Butler, N. J. 

Copeland, Marie Evelyn 

R.F.D. No. 3, Box 93, Portsmouth, Va. 
Copeland, Norman E. 53 Phillips St., Quincy, Mass. 



Cramer, D. Edward 
Cramer, Edward H. 
Crawford, Gloria L. 
Cribbis, Ross R. 
Cronin, Alice J. 
Croucher, Elizabeth 



R.D. No. 2, Homer City, Pa. 

Union, Maine 

Route No. 1, Chester, W. Va. 

359 Main St., Toronto, Ont., Canada 

R.F.D. No. 1, North Adams, Mass. 



Oakland Rd., Halifax, N. S., Canada 
5 Randlett St., Wollaston, Mass. 
The Manse, Graniteville, Vt. 
The Manse, Graniteville, Vt. 
12 Presley St., Maiden, Mass. 



Crutcher, Lowell Edward 
Cubie, Annie T. 
Cubie, David L. 
Cummings, Leatrice B. 
Cunningham, Cloyce, Jr. 

743 Rudolph Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Daisey, Doris Marie 
Dammes, Barbara 
Darsch, Donald Philip 
Davis, Beverly Ann 
Davis, Donald H. 
DeBar, Frank R. 
Davis, Dorothy E. 
Deneen, Helen Grace 

319 P 
DeRemer, Charles L. 
DeShields, DeLora 
Dill, Robert C. 
Dinsmore, Raymond E 
Dobson, Carol Lee 
Dodge, Herbert V. 
Dohanian, Zaven 
Dollinger, Marion J. 
Dorothy, C. Joy 
Down, Gwendoline Y. 
Dudley, Herbert L. 

R.D. No. 5, 
Duncan, Joseph W. 
Dunning, Harriet W. 
Durkee, Joanne L. 
Dyment, William E. 



Frankford, Delaware 

140-28 157 St., Jamaica, N. Y. 

130 Faxon Rd., Quincy, Mass. 

Box 169, Hardwick, Vt. 

10 Watkins St., Wollaston, Mass. 

99-22 67 Rd., Forest Hills, N. Y. 

R.R. No. 6, Pontiac, III. 

ennsylvania Ave., Cumberland, Md. 

3 Allston Court, Cambridge, Mass. 

26 Park Place, Port Chester, N. Y. 

139 Atlantic St., No. Quincy, M*ss. 

52 Berlin St., Wollaston, Mass. 

27 Bloomfield St., Lynn, Mass. 

610 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 

52 Cedar St., Somerville, Mass. 

5010 N. Paulina, Chicago, III. 

Childwold, N. Y. 

R.R. No. 3, Trenton, Ont., Canada 

County Line Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. 

604 N. 9th St., Klamath Falls., Ore. 

150 Notch Road, Granby, Conn. 

1558 Delia Ave., Akron, Ohio 

40 Myrtle St., Maiden, Mass. 



Earl, Nancy W. 

5524 Cumberland Dr., Garfield Heights, Ohio 
Edgington, Howard C. 1125 Reid St., Bucyruv Ohio 

Edwards, Kenneth D. R.D. No. 2, Centerville, Pa. 

Eliades, Grace O. Old Ayer Rd., Groton, Mass. 

Elliott, G. Elizabeth 2405 Edmondson Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
Elliott, Pauline M. 72 Prospect Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Ellis, Nancy E. East Wareham, Mass. 

Engstrom, Mary 4838 West Erie St., Chicago, III. 

Erbe, P. Wesley Robbinsville, N. J. 

Eshleman, L. Viola 312 Hiohland Ave., Downinqtown, Pa. 
Esselstyn, M. Anne 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Esselstyn, Eleanor S. 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Eto, Moses 1413 State Rd., Seabrook, N. J. 

Evers, Susanne L. 67 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Fader, Wesley R. 1 1 Windsor Rd., W. Somerville, Mass. 
Feil, Beulah M. 360 Union Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. 

Ferquson, Marqaret B. R.D. No. 1, Sprakers, N. Y. 

Finch, Arlene D. 27 Wilson, Beacon, N. Y. 

Fleming, Beatrice 788 Center St., Ashtabula, Ohio 

Flewelling, Marjorie L. 

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Fliger, Edward M. 
Forquer, D. Jean 
Francis, Elizabeth A. 
Frasier, Wayne M. 
Freeman, Mildred A. 
Freeman, AAillan A. 
Freese, Ruth I. 
Friend, John T. 
Friend, Ruby P. 
Fry, H. Theona 



Gage, Lois M. 
Gant, Edward P. 
Gardner, Beulah E. 
Gardner, Elinor J. 
Gardner, John M. 



Rt. 2, Box 567, Auburn, Calif. 

27 Edge Park Dr., Buffalo, N. Y. 

25 Cushman St., New Berlin, N. Y. 

100 Alton Rd., Quincy, Mass. 

28 Newhall St., Maiden, Mass. 

3 Neilon Park, Maiden, Mass. 

Tunnel Hill, Ohio 

Acosta, Pa. 

Acosta, Pa. 

R.D. No. 2, LaFayette, N. Y. 



9 Bowman St., Maiden, Mass. 

415 Harrison St., Newell, W. Va. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

508 Cove Rd., Weirton, W. Va. 



Garrison, Dorothy M. Lake Winnemaug, Watertown, Conn. 



Gavette, Janice 
Gery, Frank W. 
Gill, Raymond G. 
Gleason, Carlton P 
Glennie, John I. 
Glick, Halvor H. 
Glover, Romaine E. 
Gonzalez, Carlos A. 
Gonzalez, Carmen B 
Goodale, Eleanor B. 



459 Preble St., South Portland, Me. 

100 W. Sproul Rd., Broomhall, Pa. 

32 Elmore St., Woonsocket, R. I. 

47 Alexander St., Providence, R. I. 

1 1 Lincoln St., Merrimac, Mass. 

206 W. Delilah Rd., Pleasantville, N. J. 

R.D. No. 2, Newark Valley, N. Y. 

12 Calle Ote. No. 12, Guatemala 

12 Calle Ote. No. 12, Guatemala 

96 Cedar St., Bangor, Me. 



Goodnow, Elizabeth J. 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Goodwin, George E. 35 Authur St., Quincy, Mass. 

Goresh, John W. 167 Van Buren St., Conemaugh, Pa. 

Graeflin, Walter G. 126 South St., Wellington, Ohio 

Grate, Charles S. R.D. No. 1, Lisbon, Ohio 

Grey, Lorana C. Hampton Bays, N. Y. 

Griffith, Marshall G. R.D. No. 3, Nampa, Idaho 

Griggs, Paul H. 382 W. Squantum St., N. Quincy, Mass. 
Grosse, Doris G. 528 Baer Ave., Hanover, Pa. 

Grosse, Robert E. 528 Baer Ave., Hanover, Pa. 



Guscott, Charles E. 



121 S. Elm St., Jefferson, Ohio 



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144 Winthrop Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Box 14, North Fryeburg, Me 

Box 72, Lamira, Ohio 

82 Vinedale Rd., E. Braintree, Mass. 

2654 Harlem Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

R.D. No. 2, Greenwood, Del. 

88-22 186 St., Hollis, N. Y. 

Bridgewater, Me. 

30 Walnut St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

169 Harriet St., So. Portland, Me. 

41 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 

R.D. No. 1, Concord, N. H. 

Winterport, Me. 

Wilmington, N. Y. 

102 Western Ave., Lynn, Mass. 

Kenneth, Jr. 

133 Prospect Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Hatton, Howard A. 79 Hillside St., Milton, Mass. 

Haxton, Robert D. 84 Wright St., Quincy, Mass. 

Hayden, Richard C. 

19 New Hampshire Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 



Hagen, Natalie P. 
Hall, Elaine G. 
Hall, Gordon D. 
Hall, Harry F. 
Hance, M. Catherine 
Handloser, Rose R. 
Hardin, William D. 
Harding, Donald G. 
Hardy, Deane R. 
Harris, Austin F. 
Harris, Harold L. 
Harris, Gordon R. 
Haselkamp, Marie / 
Haselton, Shirley A. 
Hatch, Leon S 
Hathaway, M. 



Hazelton, Daniel J. 
Hedden, Earl R. 
Hedden, Norma M. 
Hedden, Robert E. 
Heinlein, Richard B 
Henck, Eunice L. 



39 California Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

R.D. No. 1, Box 110, Dover, N. J 

R.D. No. 1, Box 110, Dover, N. J. 

233 Chrystal St., Dover, N. J. 

R.D. No. 7, Butler, Pa. 

Darlington, Md. 



Henck, Roy M. 
Hennen, Donald H. 
Herrington, Beverly J 
Hersey, Clifford F. 
Hickman, Barbara C. 
Hicks, Esther R. 
Higgins, Jeanette E. 
Hill, E. May 
Hilyard, Elise M. 
Hoff, Marilyn J. 
Holloway, Warren O. 
Holman, Charles R. 
Holstead, John H. 

157V2 Coleman Ave 



Homsy, John 
Hood, W. Russell, Jr. 
Hornberger, Glenn H. 
Houghtaling, John 126 
Howard, Edgar R. 
Howell, Thomas B. 
Howland, Helen E. 
Hudson, Lois E. 
Huff, Gerald E. 
Hughes, John A. 
Hutcheon, Roy R. 
Hutchinson, Richard B 
Hysong, Ralph L. 
Hysong, Ruth M. 



811 Salem Ave., Hagerstown, Md. 

R.D. No. 1, Washington, Pa. 

635 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

190 Fayette St., Wollaston, Mass. 

215 Hancock St., Everett, Mass. 

23 East Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

R.D. No. 2, Box 105, Bangor, Me. 

R.D. No. 3, Portland, Me. 

Fort Fairfield, Me. 

R.D. No. 5, Slippery Rock, Pa. 

R.D. No. 1, Lisbon, Ohio 

R.D. No. 1, Rockville, Conn. 

Toronto, Ont., Canada 

137 Samoset Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

R.D. No. 1, Huntingdon, Pa. 

R.D. No. 5, Bloomsburg, Pa. 

:. Cheltenham St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

R.D. No. 2, Centerville, Pa. 

73 Elm St., Medford, Mass. 

Lake Hill, N. Y. 

R.D. No. 2, Oxford, Pa. 

Cedar Lake, Rivervale, N. J. 

52 Lees Ave., Ottawa, Ont., Canada 

45 No. Central St., Peabody, Mass. 

316 E. Horner St., Ebensburg, Pa. 

217 East End Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

217 East End Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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Ingalls, Belva L. Seal Cove, Grand Manan, N. B., Canada 
Ingland, Robert M., Jr. 322 Meadow Ave., Chaleroi, Pa. 



Jackson, Gilbert J. Ebensburg, Pa. 

Jackson, Robert W. 1717 Grove St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jambazian, George A. 

Armenian Convent, Jerusalem, Jordan 



Janacek, Robert N. 
Jewett, Lloyd, Jr. 
John, I. Floyd 
Johnson, C. Leonard 
Johnson, Helen I. 
Johnson, Lloyd S. 
Jones, Betty J. 
Jones, Edmund C. 



R.D. No. 1, Vicksburg, Mich. 

18 Walcott Rd., Danvers, Mass. 

801 Jefferson St., Gary, Ind. 

R.D. No. 2, Seagerstown, Pa. 

2434 23rd St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

Upper Economy, Nova Scotia, Canada 

4763 Jefferson St., Bellaire, Ohio 

3141 Raleigh Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Kauffman, Paul E. 

Keith, Pauline A. 

Kelley, Florence A. 

Kelley, Frank O. 

Kelley, George R. 

Kelley, James M. 

Kelly, Doris L. 

Kemner, H. Margaret 

Kereluik, Donald 

Kern, Robert L. 

Ketner, Francis D 

Kish, Frank G. 

Kline, Iris C. 

Knepper, C. Joyce 24 South Central Ave 

Knepper, R. Herbert 

24 South Central Ave. 



Knight, Paul F. 
Koelker, Irvin E. 
Kurbs, Patricia A. 
Kuschner, Allard 
Kuykendall, Coy 



52 Clapp St., Dorchester, Mass 

R.D. No. 2, Box 13, Portage, Pa. 

134 Garvin Blvd., Sharon Hill, Pa. 

48 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

1009 Pierce Ave., Toronto, Ohio 

25 Russell St., West Somerville, Mass. 

1 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

1605 W. Main St., Norristown, Pa. 

91 Fourth Ave., Ottawa, Ont., Canada 

N. Walnut St., Bath, Pa. 

212 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Pa. 

9A Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Indian Head, Md. 

, Wollaston, Mass. 

, Wollaston, Mass. 

3301/2 S. Union Ave., Alliance, Ohio 

1332 Kohler Ave., Akron, Ohio 

581 Boston Post Rd., Marlboro, Mass. 

Burton, Ohio 

30 Rockland St., Roxbury, Mass. 



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Laird, Irving W. Groveville Park, Beacon, N. Y. 

Landers, Earle W. Sandford, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Can. 
Lantz, Donald James 31 Maxwell St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Larsen, Mildred J. 254 Chrystal St., Dover, N. J. 

Laudermilk, Lennura 

1931 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Laudermilk, Roy F. 

1931 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
LaVigne, Leon S. 1215 City St., Utica 4, N. Y. 

Lawhead, Alvin S. R.D. No. 1, Alum Bank, Pa. 

Lemieux, Ernest S. 74 Albertina St., Quincy, Mass. 

Libby, Evelyn M. 1 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Lick, Paul S. 17 Monroe St., Freemansburg, Pa. 

Lillibridge, Charlotte L. 

260 Grandview Ave., Wadsworth, Ohio 
Long, Harold O. 429 Monroe St., Massillon, Ohio 

Long, Marilyn A. 305 Euclid Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Long, Russell J. 429 Monroe St., N. W. Massillon, Ohio 
Lorenz, Frederick 30 Walnut St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Lovejoy, Frank E. R.D. No. 3, Watervilie, Me. 

Loveless, Robert E. 4935 Earnscliffe Ave., Montreal, Can. 
Lowers, Betty L. Box 16, Foxburg, Pa. 

Lutz, Robert P. 76 Birchbrow Ave., N. Weymouth, Mass. 



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McCallum, Merle 233 Penn. Ave., Paterson, N. J. 

McClung, Alton 4407 Staunton Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 
McCormick, Fred H. R.D. No. 1, Presque Isle, Me. 

McCurdy, Archie K. 96-3rd Ave., Ottawa, Ont., Can. 

McSavaney, David H. 20 Maxwell St., Dorchester, Mass. 
MacDonald, A. Marie 9 Barstow St., Maiden, Mass. 

MacDonald, Robert M. 126 Orchard St., Somerville, Mass. 
MacLeod, Myrtle I. 70 Pleasant St., Quincy, Mass. 

MacMahon, Kent L. 190 Main St., Yarmouth, Me. 

MacNeil, Donald W. 17 Hendry St., Dorchester, Mass. 

MacNeill, Beverly A. 38 Essex St., Cambridge, Mass. 

MacPherson, Cornelius M. 

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MacPherson, Priscilla M. 

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Mann, Gwendolyn E. 18 Thornton St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Mann, Jacob 97 Sumner St., Quincy, Mass. 

Masters, Velma I. 309 Main St., Toronto, Ohio 

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Mat.heson, Agnes 48 Cummings Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
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Mellinger, Mary E. Rear 39, Rawson Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 
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Meredith, H. Margaret 

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Merki, Robert T. 433 Perkiomen Ave., Lansdale. Pa. 

Merritts, Marjorie H. 517 S. Broadway, Butler, Ind. 

Metcalfe, Russell F. 954 Aberdeen, Akron, Ohio 

Meyer, Elsie L. 234 Elm St., Walpole, Mass. 

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Montemuro, A. Ralph 

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Morales, Sarah E. 18 Bda. Borinquen, Ponce, Puerto Rico 
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Parker, Audrey B. 287 W. Academy St., Hughesville, Pa. 

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Pauli, Marian S. 13518 Beaumont St., E. Cleveland, Ohio 
Payne, Emily J. 2609 Branch Ave., S.E., Washington, D. C. 

Peabody, Allison M. Brandon, Vt. 
Pearsall, Eisner J. 

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Sunberg, William J. 
Sutherin, Wanda L. 
Sutton, Robert W. 1 1 



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Thome, Glenn F. 
Thorpe, Ray E. 
Tikasingh, Elisha S. 
Tokarski, Laura M. 
Trivett, Garnet G. 1 
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Valdez, Carmen M. 
Vangel, Peter J. 
Varian, William E. 
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Wagner, A. Lynette 
Wakefield, Charles W. 
Wallace, F. L. Mary 
Wallace, William 
Walton, Roberta L. 
Wanner, Robert I. 
Washburn, Alma R. 
Watkins, John D. 
Watts, Aleda M. 
Watts, June E. 
Weaver, Margaret G. 
Weinreich, Irving 
Wells, Dorothy V. 

47 Spring Park Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Wells, Howard F. 23 East Elm, Wollaston, Mass. 

Wetmore, A. Gordon 8 Hallam St., Toronto, Ont., Can. 

Wetzel, L. Jean Lavelle, Pa. 

Wheeler, Eleanor J. Wolcott, Vt. 

Wheeler, Natalie G. 125 W. Broadway, Derry, N. H. 

White, Donald H. 

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White, Herbert M. 17 Lark Ave., Saugus, Mass. 

White, Owen I. Livermore, Me. 

Whitney, R. Bruce 188 Harriet St., South Portland, Me. 



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North Rd., M. C. No. 54, Warren, Ohio 
Williamson, Joseph C. 

204 W. 68 Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. 
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Wilson, Donald R. 
Wilson, Donna L. 
Winget, Eula-Adine 
Winget, Wilfred L. 
Wirth, Ronald J. 
Wise, Delbert F. 
Woodbridge, Walter R. 
Woodcook, Mary E. 
Woodcook, Evelyn 
Woodward, Oakley E. 
Wool, Alice T. 
Wooster, Raymond E. 
Wordsworth, Carol M. 

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Arlington, Va. 

1, Dover, N. J. 

1, Dover, N. J. 

Hurley, N. Y. 

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R.D. No. 2, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

R.D. No. 1, Candor, N. Y. 

R.D. No. 1, Candor, N. Y. 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 

32 Meadow Rd., Burlington, Vt. 

72 Stanley St., Lowell, Mass. 



Wyman, Joan B. 



Yeager, William C. 
Yerxa, Harold G. 
Young, Charles E. 
Young, Donald L. 
Young, Doris A. 
Young, Grace L. 
Young, Harold E. 

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298 Myrtle St., Manchester, N. H. 

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Zimmerman, Marvin F. 84 Faxon Rd., Quincy, Mass. 

Zuch, John E. 358 Summer St., New Bedford, Mass. 



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Conser, Carrie J. 160 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Couture, Darlene A. 18 Sunrise Rd., Squantum, Mass 



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Evers, Patrick V. 67 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

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MacMillan, Lome V. 

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Prentice, Kathleen 41 1 Franklin St., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
Pritt, Ralph W. 423 S. 7th St., Cambridge, Ohio 



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Schlosser, Jane C. 
Shurtliff, Myles J. 

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Stetson, Harold A. 
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MacDougall, Charlie S. 

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Taylor, David R. 
Thomson, Bruce M. 
Travis, Pearl C. 
Truitt, Shirley A. 



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